Split-up - definition of split-up by The Free Dictionary
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a splitting or separating into two or more parts or groups.
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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I said I could show him the places where every one of those cut and split-up
trees had lived on the hillside behind my house.
162 deduction principles, the Service approved the rough justice allocation approach described (in the split-up
discussion) to the entire transaction (i.
And it has been a blow to the big energy companies, resulting in record losses, layoffs and split-ups
The percentage split-ups
of the segments categorized under the global market were used to arrive at the market sizes of each of the individual segments of the end-user verticals.
And recent shareholder efforts for split-ups
have developed at companies such as PepsiCo and Ingersoll-Rand.