split-up

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split′-up`



n.
a splitting or separating into two or more parts or groups.
[1830–40]

split-up

Translations

split-up

[ˈsplɪtʌp] Nruptura f; [of couple] → separación f

split-up

n (of friends)Bruch m (→ of zwischen +dat); (of partners)Trennung f (→ of +gen); (of party)Spaltung f (→ of +gen)

split-up

[ˈsplɪtˌʌp] n (of married couple) → separazione f; (of friends, political group) → rottura
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355 (regarding spin-offs, split-offs and split-ups) in connection with the separate affiliated group rule.
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