split

splɪt

Перевод:

Verb: расщепляться расщеплять делить разбивать
Noun: раскол расщепление расщепленность дробление
Adjective: расколотый расщепленный раздробленный разделенный пополам

Фразы:

to split bond - разрывать связь

split decision - неединодушное решение

to split hairs - вдаваться в тонкости

to split the leather - двоить кожу

split pulley - разъёмный шкив

to split / crack smb.'s skull - раскроить кому-л. череп

to split slightly - слегка надколоть

to split a sole - выравнивать обувную подошву

a split vacation - отпуск, который берётся не целиком

split graph - расщепленный граф

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Примеры:

My head is splitting. - У меня голова раскалывается (от боли).

We split up into teams. - Мы разбились на команды.

He split from his wife last year. - Он разошёлся с женой в прошлом году.

There was a split between us. - Между нами произошёл раскол.

We agreed to split the cost. - Мы договорились поделить расходы.

The band split two years ago. - Группа распалась два года назад.

Can you split up this piece of wood? - Ты можешь расколоть эту деревяшку?

Did I split anything? - Я сболтнул что-нибудь лишнее?

I split my sides with laughter. - Я животики надорвал от смеха.

My hopes were splitted. - Мои надежды были разрушены.

The board split in two. - Доска раскололась надвое.

The river splits into its two parallel ranges. - Река разделяется на два параллельных русла.

He split with his wife. - Он порвал со своей женой.

My friend and I split up. - Мы с моим другом расстались /разделились, прекратили отношения/.

She fell against a table and split her lip. - Она упала на стол и разбила губу.

The profits will be split evenly between the three of us. - Прибыль будет делиться поровну между нами тремя.

She split the muffin and gave me half. - Она разделила маффин и дала мне половину.

The teacher split up the class into three groups. - Учитель разделил класс на три группы.

Split the fruit lengthwise and discard the seeds. - Разрежьте плод вдоль и удалите семена.

They split the loot three ways. - Они разделили добычу / награбленное на три части.

The river splits the town in two. - Река делит город на две части.

Opinions are split on the subject. - По данному вопросу мнения разделились.

The box is made so that you can split off the handle. - Ящик сделан таким образом, что вы можете отсоединить ручку.

What a fabulous show! We nearly split our sides with laughter. - Фантастическое представление! Мы чуть не лопнули от смеха.

The board had split in two. - Доска уже была расколота надвое.

Don't you dare split on us! - И только попробуй нас сдать /на нас донести/!

Mercy on us. We split, we split. (W. Shakespeare) - Господи! Спаси нас! Мы терпим кораблекрушение!

The union is desperate to avoid a split over this issue. - Профсоюз отчаянно пытается избежать раскола по этому вопросу.

The argument could lead to a damaging split in the party. - Этот спор может привести к опасному расколу в партии.

He hired another split for that job. - Он взял другую девушку на эту работу.

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Фразовые глаголы:

If people split off from a group, they stop being part of the group and become separated from it.

If two people split up, or if someone or something splits them up, they end their relationship or marriage.

If people split off from a group, they stop being part of the group and become separated from it.

If two people split up, or if someone or something splits them up, they end their relationship or marriage.

Связанные термины:

split end: an end separated by a varying distance from the rest of the offensive line

split-new: brand-new

split-off: If people split off from a group, they stop being part of the group and become separated from it.

split pea: a pea dried and split and used in soups, pease pudding, or as a vegetable

split pin: a metal pin made by bending double a wire, often of hemispherical section, so that it can be passed through a hole in a nut, shaft, etc, to secure another part by bending back the ends of the wire

split run: a divided print run of a periodical in which a number of copies contain advertisements not included in the rest, esp a Canadian edition of a US magazine which contains Canadian advertisements but no Canadian editorial content

split tin: a long loaf of bread split on top, giving a greater crust area

split up: If two people split up, or if someone or something splits them up, they end their relationship or marriage .

split brain: a brain in which the tracts connecting the two halves of the cerebral cortex have been surgically split or are missing from birth

split cane: bamboo split into strips of triangular section, tapered, and glued to form a stiff but flexible hexagonal rod : used, esp formerly, for making fishing rods

split ends: If you have split ends, some of your hairs are split at the ends because they are dry or damaged .

split flap: a flap that is located on the under surface of the trailing edge of an aircraft wing and that splits away from the wing structure when rotated downward, producing an increase in lift or drag or both

split hairs: If you say that someone is splitting hairs, you mean that they are making unnecessary distinctions between things when the differences between them are so small they are not important .

split-level: A split-level house or room has part of the ground floor at a different level from another part, usually because the house has been built on ground that slopes .

split peas: peas that are dried and split and used in soups, pease pudding, or as a vegetable

split rail: designating or of a fence made with rails split from logs

split ring: a steel ring having two helical turns, often used as a key ring

split shift: a work period divided into two parts that are separated by an interval longer than a normal rest period

split-site: divided between more than one site

split skirt: a pair of women's shorts with flared legs resembling a skirt ; culottes

split-wing: of or relating to wings (of an artificial fly ) that are dressed cocked up and separated into a V shape

split wings: wings (of an artificial fly ) that are dressed cocked up and separated into a V shape

stock split: the act or result of splitting stock

banana split: A banana split is a kind of dessert . It consists of a banana cut in half along its length, with ice cream, nuts, and sauce on top.

Cornish split: a kind of yeast bun split open and served with whipped cream or butter and jam

lickety-split: very quickly; speedily

split opinion: You can refer to the beliefs or views that people have as opinion .

split screen: Split-screen is used to describe the technique in making films and television programmes in which two different pieces of film are shown at the same time.

split second: A split second is an extremely short period of time.

split ticket: a ballot cast for candidates of more than one party

split decision: the award of a fight on a majority verdict of the judges as opposed to a unanimous decision

split loyalties: Loyalty is the quality of staying firm in your friendship or support for someone or something.

Devonshire split: a kind of yeast bun split open and served with whipped cream or butter and jam

split infinitive: A split infinitive is a structure in which an adverb is put between 'to' and the infinitive of a verb, as in 'to really experience it'. Some people think it is incorrect to use split infinitives.

split keyboarding: data-word-id="4">the data-word-id="474">act data-word-id="56">or data-word-id="9581">practice data-word-id="7">of editing data from one terminal on another terminal

split-pea soup: soup made from split peas

split personality: If you say that someone has a split personality, you mean that their moods can change so much that they seem to have two separate personalities.

split-level cooker: a cooker that is designed with a separate oven and hob so that they can be fitted wherever is most convenient in the kitchen

split one's sides: to laugh very heartily

split-finger fastball: a type of fastball that sinks abruptly as it nears home plate, thrown with the grip used for a forkball

split-screen facility: a facility allowing different scenes to be shown on screen at the same time

split-second timing: timing that depends on minute precision

split the difference: If you split the difference with someone, you agree on an amount or price which is halfway between two suggested amounts or prices.

built cane: bamboo split into strips of triangular section, tapered, and glued to form a stiff but flexible hexagonal rod: used, esp formerly, for making fishing rods

split-screen technique: a cinematic device by which two or more complete images are projected simultaneously onto separate parts of the screen

dissociative identity disorder: a disorder in which an individual's personality appears to have become separated into two or more distinct personalities, each with its own complex organization

dual personality: a disorder in which an individual's personality appears to have become separated into two or more distinct personalities, each with its own complex organization

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Однокоренные слова:

split off - откалывать, откалываться, отделять
split on - выдавать, доносить
split up - дробиться, разделять, разделяться, раскалывать, раскалываться, распределять

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