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cleave

verb /kliːv/ ( past tense cleft /kleft/, cleaved, clove /klouv/, past participles cleft, cloven /ˈklouvn/)
(literary, old-fashioned) to split or divide
partir
The killer had cleaved her skull nearly in two.
cleavage /-vidʒ/ noun (formal) the act of splitting; a split
división
the social cleavage between urban and rural residents.
the split between a woman’s breasts
escote
She was wearing a low-cut dress that revealed a lot of cleavage.
cleaver noun a butcher’s knife
cuchillo de carnicero
a meat cleaver.
cloven hoof noun ( cleft hoof) a hoof, like those of cows, sheep etc, which has a split up the centre
pezuña partida
In Christian mythology, the devil has a cloven hoof.
Translations of “cleave”
in Vietnamese nứt…
in Thai ทำให้แยกออก…
in Malaysian terbelah…
in French fendre…
in German spalten…
in Chinese (Traditional) 劈開, (使)裂開, (使)分開…
in Indonesian membelah…
in Chinese (Simplified) 劈开, (使)裂开, (使)分开…
(Definition of cleave from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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