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  1. split

    • IPA[split]

    美式

    • v.
      break or cause to break forcibly into parts, especially into halves or along the grain;remove or be removed by breaking, separating, or dividing
    • n.
      a tear, crack, or fissure in something, especially down the middle or along the grain;an instance or act of splitting or being split; a division
    • verb: split, 3rd person present: splits, gerund or present participle: splitting, past tense: split, past participle: split

    • noun: split, plural noun: splits

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    • 1. a tear, crack, or fissure in something, especially down the middle or along the grain light squeezed through a small split in the curtain 同義詞 crack, fissure, cleft, crevice, break, ... 更多
    • an instance or act of splitting or being split; a division the split between the rich and the poor
    • a separation into parties or within a party; a schism the accusations caused a split in the party 同義詞 division, rift, breach, schism, rupture, ... 更多
    • an ending of a marriage or an emotional or working relationship a much-publicized split with his wife 同義詞 breakup, split-up, separation, parting, estrangement, ... 更多反義詞 marriage
    • short for stock split
    • 2. (in gymnastics and dance) an act of leaping in the air or sitting down with the legs straight and at right angles to the upright body, one in front and the other behind, or one at each side I could never do a split before
    • 3. a thing that is divided or split.
    • a bun, roll, or cake that is split or cut in half.
    • a split osier used in basketwork.
    • each strip of steel or cane that makes up the reed in a loom.
    • half a bottle or glass of champagne or other liquor.
    • a single thickness of split hide.
    • (in bowling) a formation of standing pins after the first ball in which there is a gap between two pins or groups of pins, making a spare unlikely.
    • North American a drawn game or series.
    • US a split-level house.
    • 4. the time it takes to complete a recognized part of a race, or the point in the race where such a time is measured.
    • n.
      the action of dividing or being divided into parts: the splitting of water into its components of hydrogen and oxygen is critical
    • adj.
      (of a headache) severe: I woke up with a splitting headache

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    • n.
      the action of dividing or being divided into parts: the splitting of water into its components of hydrogen and oxygen is critical
    • adj.
      (of a headache) severe: I woke up with a splitting headache

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    • adj.
      (of a building) having a room or rooms higher than others by less than a whole storey: a large split-level house
    • n.
      a split-level building.

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    • adj.
      (of a building) having a room or rooms higher than others by less than a whole story: a large split-level house
    • n.
      a split-level building.

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    • n.
      a tip of a person's hair which has split from dryness or ill-treatment: I've got very bad split ends

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    • n.
      a very brief moment of time: for a split second, I hesitated
    • adj.
      very rapid or accurate: split-second timing is crucial

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    • IPA[splɪt]

    英式

    • v.
      break or cause to break forcibly into parts, especially into halves or along the grain: the ice cracked and split split and toast the muffins
    • n.
      a tear, crack, or fissure in something, especially down the middle or along the grain: splits appeared in the decaying planks light squeezed through a small split in the curtain

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    • IPA[split]

    美式

    • a seaport on the coast of southern Croatia; population 177,500 (est. 2009). It contains the ...

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    • IPA[splɪt]

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    • a seaport on the coast of southern Croatia; population 177,500 (est. 2009). Founded as a Roman ...

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