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Russian translation of “divide”

divide

verb
 
 
/dɪˈvaɪd/
SEPARATE [I, T] B1 to separate into parts or groups, or to make something separate into parts or groups
разделять(ся)
We divided up into teams of six. Each school year is divided into two semesters.Separating and dividing
divide sth (up) among/between sb to separate something into parts and give a part to each person in a group
делить что-либо между кем-либо
The prize money will be divided equally among the winners.Separating and dividing
PLACE [T] B2 to separate a place into two areas
делить, разделять
An ancient wall divides the city.Separating and dividing
NUMBERS [I, T] to calculate how many times a number can go into another number
делить (в математике)
12 divided by 6 equals 2.Addition, subtraction, multiplication and divisionCalculations and calculating
DISAGREE [T] to cause people to disagree about something
расходиться во мнениях
[often passive] Council members were divided over plans to build a new stadium.Separating and dividing
(Definition of divide from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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