split

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İngilizce - Türkçe
yarmak
bölmek

Onu bölmek istiyoruz.Bize onu iki tabakta getirir misin? - We'd like to split it. Could you bring it to us on two plates?

{i} ayrılma

Ayrılmak istiyorum ama denesem bile yapamayacağımı biliyorum. - I want to split up, but I know I couldn't even if I tried.

Sanırım benim için ayrılma zamanıdır. - I think it's time for me to split.

{i} çatlama
{f} paylaşmak
{i} kırılma
{i} parçalanma
{f} kopmak
{f} paylaştırmak
üleşmek
bölünmüş

Tom bölünmüş bir kişiliğe sahiptir. - Tom has a split personality.

O bölünmüş bir kişiliğe sahip. - He has a split personality.

bozuşmak
-e ayrılmak
yarılmak
{i} yarık
(Bilgisayar) yarım pencere
(Bilgisayar) yarım
kırılmak
sökük yer
(Bilgisayar) bölme

Onu bölmek istiyoruz.Bize onu iki tabakta getirir misin? - We'd like to split it. Could you bring it to us on two plates?

{s} çatlak
{f} çatlamak
hisse
dağılmak
pay

Tom ve Mary akşam yemeğinden sonra bir şişe kırmızı şarabı paylaştı. - Tom and Mary split a bottle of red wine after dinner.

Biz faturayı paylaşıyoruz. - We're splitting the bill.

yırtılmak
yarıl
bölünme

O kriz milleti ikiye bölünmekle tehdit etti. - That crisis threatened to split the nation in two.

bölünmek

O kriz milleti ikiye bölünmekle tehdit etti. - That crisis threatened to split the nation in two.

ihtilaf
bozuşma
sökülmek
ayrılık

Boşanmalar, boşanan çiftlerin ortak arkadaşlarını zor durumda bırakabilir, özellikle de ayrılık sert ve tantanalı olmuşsa. - Divorce can put mutual friends of the divorcing couple in a difficult position, particularly if it's an acrimonious split.

ayrılmak

Tom ayrılmak zorunda kaldığını söyledi. - Tom said he had to split.

Ayrılmak istiyorum ama denesem bile yapamayacağımı biliyorum. - I want to split up, but I know I couldn't even if I tried.

ayırmak

Tom yakacak odunları ayırmak için benden ona yardım etmemi istedi. - Tom asked me to help him split firewood.

bölüşmek
{i} dondurmalı tatlı
parçalı
yaril
(Tıp) Fisur, yarık, yırtık, çatlak
{i} yarma

Kılı kırk yarmayalım. - Let's not split hairs.

Sanırım biraz daha odun yarmamın zamanıdır. - I think it's time for me to split some more firewood.

{f} kırmak
{f} gülmekten yarılmak
{i} ayrılık: split in opinion görüş ayrılığı
{i} (dikiş yeri üzerindeki) sökük, sökük yer. split-level
ufak parça
{f} kılı kırk yarmak
{f} parçalamak
{f} çekip gitmek
sepetçilikte kullanılan ağaç tiriz
{i} hafiye
{i} yarım parça
böl

Onu bölmek istiyoruz.Bize onu iki tabakta getirir misin? - We'd like to split it. Could you bring it to us on two plates?

Ödülü yarı yarıya bölüşelim. - Let's split the reward fifty-fifty.

{f} katıla katıla gülmek
{i} boşanma

Boşanmalar, boşanan çiftlerin ortak arkadaşlarını zor durumda bırakabilir, özellikle de ayrılık sert ve tantanalı olmuşsa. - Divorce can put mutual friends of the divorcing couple in a difficult position, particularly if it's an acrimonious split.

{f} ince eleyip sık dokumak
{f} çatlatmak
{f} into -e ayırmak; -e ayrılmak
{s} çatlamış
{f} yar

Sanırım biraz daha odun yarmamın zamanıdır. - I think it's time for me to split some more firewood.

Ödülü yarı yarıya bölüşelim. - Let's split the reward fifty-fifty.

{i} muhbir
{s} ayrık
(Tıp) Eczalarını ayırmak parçalamak
{f} titizlenmek
{i} yarılma
{i} kopma
{s} ayrılmış
{f} yıkmak
{i} ispiyoncu
{f} (split, --ting)
splitting
{i} yarma
split up
ayrılmak

Ayrılmak istiyorum ama denesem bile yapamayacağımı biliyorum. - I want to split up, but I know I couldn't even if I tried.

Mary ile ayrılmak istemedim. - I didn't want to split up with Mary.

split up
paylaştırmak
split leather
Yarma deri
split off
ayrılmak
split cells
(Bilgisayar) hücre böl
split cells
(Bilgisayar) hücre bölme
split duct
(Havacılık) ayırıcı dak
split in opinion
görüş ayrılığı
split pin
çatal pim
split pin
kopilya
split ratio
(Tıp) bölünme oranı
split ring
(Denizbilim) çatallı halka
split screen
yarık ekran
split screen
(Bilgisayar) bölünmüş ekran
split table
(Bilgisayar) tabloyu böl
split the profit
karı paylaşmak
split ticketing
bölünmüş biletleme
split up
ayrılmak (gruplara)
split up
(Ticaret) bölme
split up
taksim etmek
split window
(Bilgisayar) pencereyi böl
split crankcase
iki parçalı karter
split hairs
kılı kırk yarmak
split into
ayır

Neye karar verilmesi gerektiğine karar verelim, sonra iki takıma ayıralım. - Let's decide what needs to be decided, then let's split into two teams, OK?

split into two
ikiye ayır
split nut
yarık somun
split one's sides
gülmekten kırılmak
split personality
bölünmüş şahsiyet
split pin
emniyet mandalı
split pulley
iki parçalı kasnak
split ring
yarık bilezik
split ring
yarık halka
split rivet
yarık perçin
split second
lahza
split second
an
split second
yarım saniye
split second
saniye
split up
{f} ayrıl

Tom, Mary ve John'un ayrıldığını duydu. - Tom heard that Mary and John had split up.

Tom'un Mary'den ayrıldığını duydum. - I heard Tom split up with Mary.

split-level
odaları değişik seviyelerde olan
split-second watch
kronometre
split-up
pay dağıtma
split anode magnetron
yarık anotlu magnetron
split bearing
iki parçalı yatak, yarık yatak
split bone
split kemik
split casing
ayrık kaplama
split decision
split karar
split end
split sonu
split ends
Saç tellerinin uçlarındaki kırıklar

Split ends can be caused by using straightening irons.

split face study
yüzün her iki yarısının ayrı ayrı kullanıldığı deneyler
split film
bölünmüş film
split flap
yarık flap, parçalı flap
split hair
saç kırığı
split half
iki yarı
split image
bölünmüş görüntü
split level
split seviyesi
split of
split ve
split out
ayrılmak
split pea
kurutulup kendiliğinden ikiye ayrılmış bezelye tanesi: She bought some split peas. Kuru bezelye aldı
split pin
kopilya, emniyet mandalı, emniyet masası
split pulley
iki parçalı kasnak, parçalı kasnak
split skirt piston
yarık etekli piston
split the difference
kalanı eşit olarak bölmek
split time
split zaman
split to
bölme
split up
(bir çift) birbirinden ayrılmak; beraber yaşamaktan vazgeçmek; birbiriyle flört etmekten vazgeçip ayrılmak
split up with
Bkz. split up
split-off point
Ayrılma noktası
split-second
salise
Split coupling
(Tekstil) Bölümlü kavrama
split a window
(Bilgisayar) pencereyi bölmek
split a window
pencereyi böl
split axis
(Bilgisayar) eksenleri bölme
split axis
(Bilgisayar) eksenleri böl
split bar
bölme çubuğu
split bench
(Telekom) atsırtı
split box
bölme kutusu
split button
(Bilgisayar) ayırma düğmesi
split cameras
(Askeri) BİNDİRMELİ KAMERA: Birbirine nazaran sabit bir açıdan bindirilerek uçağa monte edilmiş iki. kameradan oluşan bir montaj. Bak. "fan cameras"
split cereal
göce
split charter
(Turizm) ortaklaşa charter kiralama
split clause
(Dilbilim) ayrık tümcecik
split condenser
split tip kondenser
split count
(Bilgisayar) bölme sayısı
split database
(Bilgisayar) veritabanını böl
split ends at
(Bilgisayar) bölme bitişi
split frame
(Bilgisayar) çerçeveyi böl
split frame
(Bilgisayar) çerçeve böl
split hairs
(deyim) uzun uzadıya incelemek
split hairs
titiz davranmak
split harmony
(Dilbilim) ayrık uyum
split hoove
çift toynaklı (hayvan)
split horizontal out
(Bilgisayar) dışa yatay kapama
split into installments
(Ticaret) taksitlere bölmek
split into rows
(Bilgisayar) satırlara böl
split into rows
(Bilgisayar) sütunlara böl
split level
iki seviyede olan oda
split level house
odalarının seviyeleri farklı ev
split line
ayırma çizgisi
split link
(İnşaat) parçalı zincir
split manifold
(Otomotiv) ayrılmış manifold
split market
(Ticaret) bölünmüş pazar
split off
bölünmek
split off
parçalanmak
split on
hakkında bilgi vermek
split on
ele vermek
split one's sides
katıla katıla gülmek
split one's sides
{k} gülmekten kasıkları çatlamak, gülmekten çatlamak/kırılmak, kahkahadan yerlere yatmak
split one's sides with laughter
gülmekten katılmak
split one's sides with laughter
gülmekten yarılmak
split one's sides with laughter
katıla katıla gülmek
split pair
(Askeri) AYRI ÇİFT: Bak. split "vertical photograph"
split paragraph
(Bilgisayar) paragraf böl
split pea soup
bezelye çorbası
split peas
çorbalık bezelye
split peas
kırık bezelye
split personality
ikiz kişilikli olma
split personality
çift kişiliklilik
split pin bolt
çatal pim vidası
split screen
yarik ekran
split second watch
kronometre
split share
(Ticaret) bölünmüş hisse senedi
split spoon
yarık kaşık
split system
ayrılabilir sitem
split table
(Keyname) TABLOYU BÖL ( tuş adı)
split task
(Bilgisayar) görev böl
split ticket
çok partili oy pusulası
split ticket
birleşik oy pusulası
split trail
(Askeri) çatal kundak
split trail
(Askeri) ÇATAL KUNDAK: Açılıp kapanabilir şekilde imal edilmiş iki koldan mürekkep bir kundak tipi. Bak. "trail"
split up
paylaşılmak
split up
bölünmek
split vertical out
(Bilgisayar) dışa dikey kapama
split wood
yarma odun
split/range
yarım vites/yavaş seri vites
splitting
{i} çok şiddetli
be split
yarılmak
split into
ayırmak
splitter
(Bilgisayar) dallandırıcı lan
splitter
delici
splitter
yarıcı
splitting
ayrılarak
splitting
(Bilgisayar) bölünüyor
to be split
yarılmak
splitter
Ayırıcı
splitting
{f} ayrıl

Tom ve Mary ayrılıyorlar. - Tom and Mary are splitting up.

Tom ve Mary'nin ayrılmaları hakkında bir şey duydun mu? - Did you hear about Tom and Mary splitting up?

splitting
(baş ağrısı/vb.) keskin
splitter
ayırıcı
splitter
(Elektrik, Elektronik) Bir kaynaktan gelen yüksek frekanslı (RF) sinyalleri empedans uyumunu da sağlayarak iki veya daha fazla kola,yöne ayıran elektronik devre,düzenek
splitter
dallandirici
Türkçe - Türkçe
Hırvatistan'da bir liman kenti
İngilizce - İngilizce
A split-finger fastball

He’s got a nasty split.

See split
To share; to divide

We split the money among three people.

Simple past tense and past participle of split
A result of a first throw that leaves two or more pins standing with one or more pins between them knocked down
to separate or break up

Republicans appear split on the centerpiece of Mr. Obama's economic recovery plan.

The elapsed time at specific intermediate point(s) in a race

In the 3000m race, his 800m split was 1:45.32.

Of something solid, to divide fully or partly along a more or less straight line

He has split his lip.

To leave

Let's split this scene and see if we can find a real party.

A tear resulting from tensile stresses
A unit of measure used for champagne or other spirits: 18.75 centiliter or 1/4 quarter of a standard .75 liter bottle. Commercially comparable to 1/20th gallon, which is 1/2 of a fifth
A bottle of wine containing 0.375 liters, 1/2 the volume of a standard .75 liter bottle; a demi
Having the middle group equal to the direct product of the others
The acrobatic feat of spreading the legs flat on the floor 180 degrees apart, either sideways to the body or with one leg in front and one behind
Comprising half decaffeinated and half caffeinated espresso
A dessert or confection resembling a banana split
being divided or separated; "split between love and hate
{v} to divide, break in pieces, dash, crack
A port of Croatia
an increase in the number of outstanding shares of a corporation without changing the shareholders' equity; "they announced a two-for-one split of the common stock"
A split is when a company's board of directors and the shareholders agree to increase the number of shares outstanding The shareholders' equity does not change; instead, the number of shares increases while the value of each share decreases proportionally For example, in a 2-for-1 split, a shareholder with 100 shares prior to the split would now own 200 shares The price of the shares, however, would be cut in half; shares that cost $40 before the split would be worth $20 after the split
The dividing of a company's shares, creating a greater number of shares, while halving the price per share The most common is a 2-1 split Sometimes this creates more opportunities for a buyer, due to being less expensive Example you own 100 shares at $10 00 each the invested amount equals $1000 00 The company announce's they are splitting the share's 2-1 Meaning the price per share is now $10 00/2=$5 00, The 100 shares you owned equal 100*2=200 share's now owned The dollar investment is still the same 200 share's times $5 00 =$1000 00
The division of outstanding shares of a corporation into a larger number of shares For example: in a 3-for-1 split, each holder of 100 shares before would have 300 shares, although the proportionate equity in the company would remain the same A reverse split occurs when the company reduces the total number of outstanding shares, but each share is worth more
To part asunder; to be rent; to burst; as, vessels split by the freezing of water in them
(especially of wood) cut or ripped longitudinally with the grain; "we bought split logs for the fireplace"
an old Croatian city on the Adriatic Sea
A division of a stake happening when two cards of the kind on which the stake is laid are dealt in the same turn
the substitution of more than one share of a corporation's stock for one share
a bottle containing half the usual amount broken or burst apart longitudinally; "after the thunderstorm we found a tree with a split trunk"; "they tore big juicy chunks from the heart of the split watermelon"
To divide lengthwise; to separate from end to end, esp
the division by a player of one hand of blackjack into two hands, allowed when the first two cards dealt to a player have the same value; the player is usually obliged to increase the amount wagered by placing a sum equal to the original bet on the new hand thus created
Any of the dents of a reed
{i} act of splitting; breach between people; share, portion; dessert of ice cream topped with fruit and other toppings; half pint
having been divided; having the unity destroyed; "Congress gave the impression of a confusing sum of disconnected local forces"-Samuel Lubell; "a league of disunited nations"- E B White; "a fragmented coalition"; "a split group"
A crack, or longitudinal fissure
{s} divided; separated; broken apart
To burst; to rupture; to rend; to tear asunder
A split in an organization is a disagreement between its members. They accused both radicals and conservatives of trying to provoke a split in the party
The division of the outstanding shares of a corporation into a larger number of shares A 3-for-1 split by a company with 1 million shares outstanding results in 3 million shares outstanding Each holder of 100 shares before the 3-for-1 split would have 300 shares, although the proportionate equity in the company would remain the same; 100 parts of 1 million are the equivalent of 300 parts of 3 million Ordinarily, splits must be voted by directors and approved by shareholders
separate into parts or portions; "divide the cake into three equal parts"; "The British carved up the Ottoman Empire after World War I"
If something splits or if you split it, it is divided into two or more parts. In a severe gale the ship split in two If the chicken is fairly small, you may simply split it in half uniting families split by the war
When a company increases the number of shares it has outstanding In a two-for-one split, each share is split into two The investor's percentage of equity in the company remains the same So, if you had 100 shares valued at $50, each, after the split you would have 200 shares valued at $25 each Companies often split their stock when the price gets too high There are also reverse splits, when companies decrease the number of shares outstanding
To divide or break up into parts or divisions, as by discord; to separate into parts or parties, as a political party; to disunite
to divide one hand of blackjack into two hands, allowed when the first two cards dealt to a player have the same value
broken or burst apart longitudinally; "after the thunderstorm we found a tree with a split trunk"; "they tore big juicy chunks from the heart of the split watermelon"
A piece that is split off, or made thin, by splitting; a splinter; a fragment
the act of rending or ripping or splitting something; "he gave the envelope a vigorous rip"
To burst with laughter
Performance type in which the keyboard is divided in two sections Each section usually plays one instrument For example, the keyboard can be split to play an electric bass sound on the lower register and a piano sound on the upper register See Also performance
The division of a corporation's outstanding shares into either a larger or smaller (reverse split) number of shares without any impact on shareholder equity
by force; to divide in the direction of the grain layers; to rive; to cleave; as, to split a piece of timber or a board; to split a gem; to split a sheepskin
To increase or decrease the shares outstanding requiring stockholder approval (A 2 for 1 split would double the outstanding shares)
a lengthwise crack in wood; "he inserted the wedge into a split in the log"
being divided or separated; "split between love and hate"
A bottle of wine containing 0.375 liters of fluid, 1/2 the volume of a standard bottle; a demi
(tenpin bowling) a divided formation of pins left standing after the first bowl; "he was winning until he got a split in the tenth frame"
To be broken; to be dashed to pieces
To divide or separate into components; often used with up; as, to split up sugar into alcohol and carbonic acid
break open or apart suddenly; "The bubble burst"
A position in which one leg is extended forward, the other backward, with the feet and thighs at the surface The lower back is arched and the hips, shoulders and head are in a vertical line in the water
a promised or claimed share of loot or money; "he demanded his split before they disbanded"
The inner layer of the leather cut from the top grain portion
extending the legs at right angles to the trunks (one in front and the other in back)
Divided; cleft
To separate two checkers which are together on a point (typically the twenty-four point) and leave them as blots
having a long rip or tear; "a split lip"
one of the sections of a skin made by dividing it into two or more thicknesses
To separate into parties or factions
To divulge a secret; to betray confidence; to peach
The form split is used in the present tense and is the past tense and past participle of the verb
split 7
A seven inch vinyl phonograph record with a different band on either side
split an infinitive
To produce a split infinitive
split antigen
In the testing of cell surface antigens, an antigen that has a more refined or specific cell surface reaction relative to a broad antigen.(Example: HLA-B51 and HLA-B52 are split antigens of HLA-B5)Okimoto K, Juji T, Ishiba S, Maruyama H, Tohyama H, Kosaka K. HLA--Bw54 (Bw22-J, J-1) antigen in juvenile onset diabetes mellitus in Japan. Tissue Antigens 1978 11(5): 418–22 pmid=694905
split cameras
An assembly of two cameras disposed at a fixed overlapping angle relative to each other. (JP 1-02)
split end
A player playing the position of split end

The split end ran deep.

split end
The position which lines up wide and on the offensive line of scrimmage whose primary job is to serve as a receiver

Jones played split end.

split end
A hair which has split at the end, usually from dryness or innutrition. (Usually in plural)

I've got so many split ends – I think I must be working too hard.

split ends
plural form of split end
split hairs
To consider or argue about fine details; to worry about minutiae

Let’s get everything sorted into the right drawers and not split hairs about subdividing it further yet.

split hairs
Tedious details; minutiae

The Microsoft trial had been in danger of slipping out of the public eye. Its endless procession of less-than-riveting economics professors and forgetful executives, mixed with scads of legal and technical split hairs, just hasn't made for gripping headlines.

split horizon
a method of preventing routing loops in distance-vector routing protocols by prohibiting a router from advertising a route back onto the interface from which it was learned
split infinitive
an infinitive with one or more modifiers inserted between the to and the verb

Did you ever have to finally decide? (Did You Ever Have to Make Up Your Mind? by the Lovin' Spoonful, 1965).

split infinitives
plural form of split infinitive
split level
Alternative spelling of split-level
split level
A single level of a split-level house

Confined to a wheelchair, she was effectively reduced to living in one split level, one-third of their split-level house.

split off
To break apart, on one's own rather than as part of the group
split one's sides
To laugh hysterically

Madcap Ciss with her golliwog curls. You had to laugh at her sometimes. For instance when she asked you would you have some more Chinese tea and jaspberry ram and when she drew the jugs too and the men's faces on her nails with red ink make you split your sides.

split personalities
plural form of split personality
split personality
the supposed psychological syndrome in which two or more personalities exist in the same person
split pot
A hand where two or more players have hands of equal value, and the chips in the pot are split equally between them
split pot
Referring to a split pot, or the possibility of one

There are quite a few split pot possibilities with these two hands.

split pots
plural form of split pot
split screen
An instance of using the technique on the graphics of a screen
split screen
A display technique that consists into subdiving graphics that appear on a screen into nonmovable adjacent areas
split screens
plural form of split screen
split shot
comprising half-caffeinated and half-decaffeinated espresso

I ordered a split shot latte.

split shot
A type of lead shot cut part-way through the diameter, used as a line weight in angling
split shots
plural form of split shot
split single
A music single featuring songs by more than one artist
split slab
A method of construction using two separate concrete slabs: the first placed as a slab on grade or suspended slab and covered with waterproofing and a drainage system; the second, or topping slab, placed over the underlying slab and waterproofing
split tender
Two or more different forms of payment in a single transaction; typically cash and credit card
split the house
A strategy of drawing to a different area of the house to prevent your opponent from taking out both stones
split ticket
A ballot cast for candidates of more than one political party

Sally voted a split ticket for a Democrat and a Republican.

split up
Cease to be together, break apart from the group

The soldiers split up into smaller squadrons to to search the building.

split up
separate, disassociate, cause to come apart

The brothers never behaved in class when they were together, so we had to split them up for the exam.

split-finger fastball
A moderate rotation speed backspin pitch thrown with a ball gripped between the index finger and middle finger; it has good velocity, may have a precessing spin, and sinks as it approaches the plate

His strikeout pitch was his split-finger fastball.

split-finger fastballs
plural form of split-finger fastball
split-level
Describing such a building
split-level
A building built with rooms on levels separated by stairs of less than a full storey
split-ring resonator
A metamaterial component composed of pair of concentric annular rings with splits in them at opposite ends. The rings are made of nonmagnetic metal like copper and have a small gap between them
split-ring resonators
plural form of split-ring resonator
split-second
The nick of time; a brief moment

Luckily, no other cars were nearby, and the fire engine's driver was able to swerve into another lane a split second before striking the SUV, Baker said.

split-shot
Alternative spelling of split shot. :
split-squad
Describing a situation in which a team is split into two to play two games simultaneously
split-squad
A team that has been split for this reason
split-half
(İstatistik) Relating to or denoting a technique of splitting a body of supposedly homogeneous data into two halves and calculating the results separately for each to assess their reliability
split up
an increase in the number of outstanding shares of a corporation without changing the shareholders' equity; "they announced a two-for-one split of the common stock"
split up
separate into parts or portions; "divide the cake into three equal parts"; "The British carved up the Ottoman Empire after World War I"
split up
become separated into pieces or fragments; "The figurine broke"; "The freshly baked loaf fell apart"
split up
get a divorce; formally terminate a marriage; "The couple divorced after only 6 months"
split up
discontinue an association or relation; go different ways; "The business partners broke over a tax question"; "The couple separated after 25 years of marriage"; "My friend and I split up"
split a bottle of wine with
drink a bottle of wine together with -
split a vote
vote for candidates from different parties
split bar
bar which separates two parts of a window in a graphical operating system
split decision
a boxing decision in which the judges are not unanimous
split decision
A decision declaring the winner of a boxing match in which the judges and referee are not unanimous in their opinions
split down
a decrease in the number of outstanding shares of a corporation without changing the shareholders' equity
split dynamometer
An electric dynamometer having two coils so arranged that one carries the primary current, and the other the secondary current, of a transformer
split end
A receiver who lines up several yards away from the next player along the line of scrimmage
split end
The wide receiver who lines up on the weakside Often referred to as the "X" receiver
split end
(football) an offensive end who lines up at a distance from the other linemen
split ends
singed edges of hair
split ends
If you have split ends, some of your hairs are split at the ends because they are dry or damaged. a condition of someone's hair in which the ends have split into several parts
split hairs
debate, make tiny distinctions
split infinitive
A simple infinitive with to, having a modifier between the verb and the to; as in, to largely decrease
split infinitive
an infinitive with an adverb between `to' and the verb e
split infinitive
`to boldly go'
split infinitive
A split infinitive is a structure in which an adverb is put between `to' and the infinitive of a verb, as in `to really experience it'. Some people think it is incorrect to use split infinitives. The split infinitive has been present in English ever since the 14th century, but it was not until the 19th century that grammarians labeled and condemned the usage. The only rationale for condemning the construction is based on a false analogy with Latin. The thinking is that because the Latin infinitive is a single word, the equivalent English construction should be treated as if it were a single unit. But English is not Latin, and distinguished writers have split infinitives without giving it a thought. Noteworthy splitters include John Donne, Daniel Defoe, George Eliot, Benjamin Franklin, Abraham Lincoln, William Wordsworth, and Willa Cather. Still, those who dislike the construction can usually avoid it without difficulty. The sense of the sentence To better understand the miners' plight, he went to live in their district is just as easily expressed by To understand the miners' plight better, he went to live in their district. However, one must take care not to ruin the rhythm of the sentence or create an unintended meaning by displacing an adverb.·When choosing to retain split infinitives, one should be wary of constructions that have more than one word between to and the verb. The Usage Panel is evenly divided on the one-adverb split infinitive. Fifty percent accept it in the sentence The move allowed the company to legally pay the employees severance payments that in some cases exceeded $30,000. But only 23 percent of the panel accepts the split infinitive in the sentence We are seeking a plan to gradually, systematically, and economically relieve the burden. In some contexts, the split infinitive is unavoidable, as in the sentence We expect our output to more than double in a year.·Excessive zeal in avoiding the split infinitive may result in an awkward placement of adverbs in constructions involving the auxiliary verbs be and have. Infinitive phrases in which the adverb precedes a participle, such as to be rapidly rising, to be clearly understood, and to have been ruefully mistaken, are not split and should be acceptable to everybody. By the same token, there are no grounds for objecting to the position of the adverb in the sentence He is committed to laboriously assembling all of the facts of the case. What is "split" here is not an infinitive but a prepositional phrase. a phrase in which you put an adverb or other word between 'to' and a verb, as in 'to easily win'. Some people think this is incorrect English
split key
A key split at one end like a split pin, for the same purpose
split level
that has two stories, with two levels
split level house
{i} house with with two levels
split lot
(Ticaret) The division of a single original manufacturing lot or batch into two or lots due to processing or lead time reduction considerations, or the requirement to modify part of the original batch into another form
split off
divide; be divided
split off
If people split off from a group, they stop being part of the group and become separated from it. Somehow, Quentin split off from his comrades. the Youth Wing which split off the National Liberal party earlier this year
split on a rock
fail, make a major error
split one's sides
burst with laughter, laugh uncontrollably
split personality
a relatively rare dissociative disorder in which the usual integrity of the personality breaks down and two or more independent personalities emerge
split personality
personal disorder in which someone believes that they are two different and independent individuals
split personality
If you say that someone has a split personality, you mean that their moods can change so much that they seem to have two separate personalities. a condition in which someone has two very different ways of behaving
split pin
divided pin
split rail
a rail that is split from a log
split run
Different images, such as advertisements, printed or bound in different editions of a publication Also, two or more binding methods used on the same print run
split run
The printing of different material in same position within the same issue, but in different copies of a publication
split run
Printing two or more variations of a mailing for testing purposes An AB split divides labels so adjacent names on a list go on different versions of the mailing
split run
(1) Different images, such as advertisements, printed in different editions of a publication (2) Printing of a book that has some copies bound one way and other copies bound another way
split run
Printing of two or more variants of a promotional ad run on an Nth or AB split throughout the entire edition Use of geographical segments of a publication for testing of variants
split run
Placing an ad in a specific publication to achieve coverage of a specific audience/area, i e GP/FP/Psych/IM or Orlando, LA, San Diego
split run
two or more advertisements of same product or service inserted, in equal numbers, in the same issue or run of a newspaper or magazine, usually in equal space and position; used to test copy by removing all variables except the copy to be tested; may be used to test factors other than copy
split run
a print run of a newspaper during which some articles or advertisements are changed to produce a different edition
split run
Two or more different forms of an advertisement which are ran simultaneously in different copies of the same publication, used to test the effectiveness of one advertisement over another to appeal to regional or other specific markets
split screen
method of working in which a screen is split into several windows with different documents in each window
split screen
a method of showing different scenes or pieces of information at the same time on a film, television, or computer screen
split second
A split second is an extremely short period of time. Her gaze met Michael's for a split second. An instant; a flash. an extremely short period of time for a split second
split second
fraction of a second, very short period of time
split second
a very short time (as the time it takes the eye blink or the heart to beat); "if I had the chance I'd do it in a flash"
split shift
A working shift divided into two or more periods of time, such as morning and evening, with a break of several hours between them. a period of work that is divided into two or more parts on the same day
split shift
a working shift divided into two periods of time with several hours in between
split shot
a shot or stroke in which one drives in different directions one's own and the opponent's ball placed in contact
split shot
In croquet, etc
split stitch
A stitch used in stem work to produce a fine line, much used in old church embroidery to work the hands and faces of figures
split straws
argue about trivial details
split stuff
Timber sawn into lengths and then split
split system
A combination heat pump or air conditioner with indoor components such as a furnance or blower coil To maximize effectiveness, Split Systems should be matched
split system
Any system with an indoor and outdoor section, or one that is "split"
split system
Also known as a remote system This design uses a condensing unit outside, usually on the ground and an air handling unit usually located in an attic on a closet One of the benefits of a split system is that it is modular in design and can be replaced in sections at a cheaper cost than a package unit One of the draw backs is that copper piping must be run between the sections and this piping can develop hard to locate refrigerant leaks over time
split system
Refrigeration or air conditioning installation, which places condensing unit outside or away from evaporator
split system
A refrigeration or air conditioning system that consists of a "hot" side, or the condensing unit-including the condensing coil, the compressor and the fan-which is situated outside your home The hot side is connected to the "cold" side-located inside your home-via supply and return refrigerant lines The cold side consists of an expansion valve and a cold coil, and it is usually part of the furnace or some type of air handler The furnace blows air through an evaporator coil, which cools the air Then this cool air is routed throughout your home by means of a series of air ducts This type of set up is also used with heat pump installations
split system
-Refers to an air conditioner or heat pump that has components in two locations Usually, one part of the system is located inside (evaporator coil) and the other is located outside your home (condenser coil)
split system
Refers to an air conditioner or heat pump that has components in two locations Usually, one part of the system is located inside (evaporator coil) and the other is located outside your home (condenser coil)
split system
Refers to a comfort system configuration consisting of components in two locations Common examples include an outside unit, such as an air conditioner and an indoor unit, such as a furnace and coil
split system
Split heat pumps are two (2) part refrigeration systems which have separate evaporator / air handler and compressor / condenser sections Commonly employed in air-to-air systems where the condenser section is located outside the home while the evaporator / air handler is located inside the conditioned structure
split system
A refrigeration or air conditioning system that has the condensing unit remote from the indoor (evaporator) coil
split system
The combination of an outdoor unit (air conditioner or heat pump) with an indoor unit (furnace or air handler) Split systems must be matched for optimum efficiency
split system
A heat pump or central air conditioning system with components located both inside and outside of a building -- the most common types installed in homes
split system
A combination Heat Pump or AC unit with indoor components such as a furnace or blower coil
split system
The most widely used type of central air conditioning and heat pump system The compressor is located outside the residence, and the evaporator is placed inside The equipment is connected by piping that carries the system's refrigerant
split system
This describes an air conditioning or heat pump system that is split into two sections - an outdoor section and an indoor section It won't work without the outdoor section plus an indoor section to move the air
split system
A combination heat pump or air conditioner with indoor components such as a furnace or blower coil Split systems should be matched for optimum efficiency
split system
A central air conditioning or heat pump system in which some components are located inside the home and others outside This is the most common type of home system
split system
An air conditioner or heat pump consisting of two or more major components which are not enclosed in one cabinet For a split system, a compressor and condenser are generally installed outside the building and the cooling coil is generally installed within the building
split system
A central air conditioner consisting of two or more major components The system usually consists of a compressor-containing unit and condenser, installed outside the building and a non-compressor -containing air handling unit installed within the building This is the most common type of system installed in a home
split the difference
divide whatever remains, distribute the difference
split ticket
list of political candidates from various political parties
split ticket
a ballot cast by a voter who votes for candidates from more than one party
split ticket
a vote in US elections in which the voter has voted for some candidates of one party and some of the other party
split up
If a group of people split up or are split up, they go away in different directions. Did the two of you split up in the woods? This situation has split up the family Touring the album temporarily split the band up
split up
get a divorce; formally terminate a marriage; "The couple divorced after only 6 months"
split up
discontinue an association or relation; go different ways; "The business partners broke over a tax question"; "The couple separated after 25 years of marriage"; "My friend and I split up"
split up
separate, divide; be separated, be divided; separated, divided, parted
split up
separate into parts or portions; "divide the cake into three equal parts"; "The British carved up the Ottoman Empire after World War I"
split up
become separated into pieces or fragments; "The figurine broke"; "The freshly baked loaf fell apart"
split up
If you split something up, or if it splits up, you divide it so that it is in a number of smaller separate sections. Any thought of splitting up the company was unthinkable they said Even though museums have begged to borrow her collection, she could never split it up Her company has had to split up and work from two locations
split up
If two people split up, or if someone or something splits them up, they end their relationship or marriage. Research suggests that children whose parents split up are more likely to drop out of high school I was beginning to think that nothing could ever split us up I split up with my boyfriend last year
split up
an increase in the number of outstanding shares of a corporation without changing the shareholders' equity; "they announced a two-for-one split of the common stock"
split wheel
= Split pulley
split-brain technique
brain surgery on animals in which the corpus callosum (and sometimes the optic chiasm) is severed so that communication between the cerebral hemispheres is interrupted
split-half correlation
a correlation coefficient calculated between scores on two halves of a test; taken as an indication of the reliability of the test
split-level
A split-level house or room has part of the ground floor at a different level from another part, usually because the house has been built on ground that slopes. a split-level house, room, or building has floors at different heights in different parts
split-pea
dried hulled pea; used in soup
split-pea soup
made of stock and split peas with onions carrots and celery
split-screen
On a computer screen, a split-screen is a display of two different things in separate parts of the screen
split-screen
Split-screen is used to describe the technique in making films and television programmes in which two different pieces of film are shown at the same time. split-screen movies
split-time
(summer time based on moving the clock) one half hour ahead
split-unit air conditioner
air conditioner with a separate area for its compressor and its cooling unit
splits
A manoeuvre in dance or gymnastics by which the legs are extended straight out and perpendicular to the body, either to the sides or in front and behind
splits
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of split
splits
plural form of split
splitter
A person or a thing that splits
splitter
A draggable vertical or horizontal bar used to adjust the relative sizes of two adjacent windows
splitter
A scientist in one of various fields who prefers to split categories such as species or dialects up into smaller groups
split