/splɪt/v[I/T](present participlesplitting, past tense and past participlesplit)
›to divide into two or more parts, esp. along a particular line: [T]I suggest we split the profits between us.[T]The teacher split the class into three groups.[I]His pants split when he jumped the fence.›slang To split also means to leave a place: [I]The movie was boring, so I split.