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split

US [splɪt]
UK [splɪt]
  • n.分歧;分裂;分离;划分
  • v.使分裂(成不同的派别);分开;分担;分摊
  • Web斯普利特;分割;劈开
Present Participle:splitting  Simple Present:splits  
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v.
分开divide
1.
[t][i]
~ (sth)
分裂,使分裂(成不同的派别)to divide, or to make a group of people divide, into smaller groups that have very different opinions
a debate that has split the country down the middle
使全国分成两大派的一场争论
The committee split over government subsidies.
在政府补贴的问题上,委员会出现了相互对立的意见。
2.
[t][i]
分开,使分开(成为几个部分)to divide, or to make sth divide, into two or more parts
She split the class into groups of four.
她按四人一组把全班分成若干小组。
The results split neatly into two groups.
结果恰巧分成两类。
3.
[t]
分担;分摊;分享to divide sth into two or more parts and share it between different people, activities, etc.
She split the money she won with her brother.
她把得到的钱与弟弟分了。
His time is split between the London and Paris offices.
他一半时间在伦敦的办事处,一半时间在巴黎的办事处。
撕裂tear
4.
[i][t]
(使)撕裂to tear, or to make sth tear, along a straight line
Her dress had split along the seam.
她的连衣裙顺着接缝裂开了。
The cushion split open and sent feathers everywhere.
垫子撕破了,羽毛掉得到处都是。
Don't tell me you've split another pair of pants!
你不会又把一条裤子撑破了吧!
割伤cut
5.
[t]
划破;割破;碰破to cut sb's skin and make it bleed
She split her head open on the cupboard door.
她碰到碗橱门上把头碰破了。
How did you split your lip?
你怎么把嘴唇划破了?
断绝关系end relationship
6.
[i]
(informal)
(和某人)断绝关系,分手;离开(某人)to leave sb and stop having a relationship with them
The singer split with his wife last June.
那歌手去年六月和妻子分手了。
She intends to split from the band at the end of the tour.
她打算在巡回演出结束后离开乐队。
离开leave
7.
[i]
(informal)
(迅速)离开,走to leave a place quickly
Let's split!
咱们快走吧!
IDM
split the difference
(讲价等)各让一步,折中(when discussing a price, etc.) to agree on an amount that is at an equal distance between the two amounts that have been suggested
split hairs
在细节上过分纠缠to pay too much attention in an argument to differences that are very small and not important
split an infinitive
使用分裂不定式(在 to 和动词不定式之间插入副词,如 to strongly deny a rumour,有人认为这种用法有语病)to place an adverb between ‘to’ and the infinitive of a verb, for example to say ‘to strongly deny a rumour’. Some people consider this to be bad English style.
split your sides (laughing/with laughter)
笑破肚皮;笑弯腰to laugh a lot at sb/sth
split the ticket
投两党或两党以上候选人的票to vote for candidates from more than one party
n.
分歧disagreement
1.
[c]
(informal)
分歧;分裂;分离a disagreement that divides a group of people or makes sb separate from sb else
a damaging split within the party leadership
党的领导层内部不利的分歧
the years following his bitter split with his wife
他和妻子痛苦分手后的那些年
There have been reports of a split between the Prime Minister and the Cabinet.
有报道说首相和内阁之间存在分歧。
划分division
2.
[sing]
划分;分别;份额a division between two or more things; one of the parts that sth is divided into
He demanded a 50–50 split in the profits.
他要求利润对半分成。
裂缝;裂口tear/hole
3.
[c]
裂缝;裂口a long crack or hole made when sth tears
There's a big split in the tent.
帐篷上撕了一个大口子。
香蕉甜食banana dish
4.
[c]
香蕉船,水果船(将香蕉等纵切成条状作底,上覆奶油或冰淇淋等)a sweet dish made from fruit, especially a banana cut in two along its length, with cream, ice cream, etc. on top
a banana split
香蕉船
身体姿势body position
5.
[pl]
劈叉a position in which you stretch your legs flat across the floor in opposite directions with the rest of your body vertical
a gymnast doing the splits
做劈叉的体操运动员

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