split lietuviškai

split vertimas 1. n 1) skilimas; 2) plyšys, skylė; 2. v (split) (su)skilti, skaldyti(s), subyrėti; to split the difference imti vidurkį; to split hairsginčytis dėl smulkmenų; splitting headachesmarkus galvos skaudėjimas; to split one's earsapkurtinti; to split one's sides trūkti, plyšti juoku; to split off atskelti; atskilti; to split upsuskilti; to split with susipykti 3) banana split banano žievė

  • split off (v.) atsiplėšti
  • split-level (adj.) dviejų aukštų
  • political split (n.) politinis skilimas
  • split hairs () rūpintis, ginčytis dėl smulkmenų, kivirčytis, kivirèytis, rietis, rūpintis/ginčytis dėl smulkmenų
  • split second (n.) akimirksnis, visai neilgai
  • split up (v.) padalinti, dalinti, sulaužyti, iširti, suskaldyti, suskilti, sudužti, išsiskirti, skirtis
Paaiškinimas anglų kalba
  • (acrobatic stunt) extending the legs at right angles to the trunk (one in front and the other in back) Type of: acrobatic stunt
  • (bottleful) a bottle containing half the usual amount Type of: bottleful
  • (share) a promised or claimed share of loot or money Type of: share
  • (crack) a lengthwise crack in wood Type of: crack
  • (opening) an opening made forcibly as by pulling apart
  • (frozen dessert) a dessert of sliced fruit and ice cream covered with whipped cream, cherries, and nuts Type of: frozen dessert
  • (tenpins) a divided formation of pins left standing after the 1st bowl Topic: tenpins. Type of: formation
  • (increase) an increase in the number of outstanding shares of a corporation without changing the shareholders' equity
  • (act, rending, ripping) the act of rending, ripping, or splitting something
  • (division) division of a group into opposing factions
  • (change integrity) to separate into parts or portions
  • (cleave) to separate or cut with a tool, such as a sharp instrument
  • (break up) to discontinue an association or relation; to go different ways
  • (move) to go one's own way; to move apart
  • (fall apart) to come open suddenly and violently, as if from internal pressure
  • (divided) having been divided; having the unity destroyed
  • (cut) especially of wood, cut or ripped longitudinally with the grain Similar to: cut
  • (city) an old Croatian city on the Adriatic Sea Type of: city. Part of: Republic of Croatia

split sinonimai cut, disconnected, disunited, fragmented, breaking, chink, cleavage, crack, cranny, division, fissure, interstice, parting, rent, rift, rip, rupture, schism, snag, split up, stock split, tear, the splits, splits, abruption, breaking off, fission, break, breaking, rift, rupture, schism, apportion, break, break apart, break open, break up, burst, burst apart, burst open, carve up, cleave, cut through, deal, depart, detach, disconnect, dissever, dissociate, distribute, divide, divorce, drive away, drive off, leave, part, part company, partition, portion out, rive, segregate, separate, sever, share, share out, split up, spring open, divvy, divvy up, bifurcate, fork, split up, break down into, break up, divide, divide into, divide up, fraction, split up, subdivide

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