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Translation of "split" - English-Polish dictionary

split

verb     /splɪt/ ( present participle splitting, past tense and past participle split)
BREAK [I, T]
If something splits or if you split it, it tears so that there is a long, thin hole in it. pękać, rozdzierać (się) He split his trousers when he bent over. Her shoes were splitting apart at the sides.Tearing and breaking into pieces
DIVIDE [I, T] ( also split up)
B2 to divide into smaller parts or groups, or to divide something into smaller parts or groups dzielić (się) The children split up into three groups.Separating and dividing
SHARE [T]
to share something by dividing it into smaller parts dzielić The cost of the wedding will be split between the two families.Separating and dividing
DISAGREE [I, T]
If a group of people splits, or something splits them, they disagree and form smaller groups. dzielić (się) [often passive] The government is split on the issue of hunting. →  See also split hairs Separating and dividingArguing and disagreeing
(Definition of split verb from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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