1 > A lengthwise crack in some substance, such as wood
2 > A promised or claimed share of loot or money
3 > An increase in the number of outstanding shares of a corporation without changing the shareholders' equity | SYN: stock split, split up.
4 > (Tenpin bowling) A divided formation of pins left standing after the first bowl
5 > Extending the legs at right angles to the trunks (one in front and the other in back).
6 > A dessert of sliced fruit and ice cream covered with whipped cream and cherries and nuts.
7 > A bottle containing half the usual amount.
Prelamanje, lom, fraktura.
(Irregular preterit, past participle: split)
1 > To divide lengthwise usually along a grain or seam or by layers; to affect as if by cleaving or forcing apart
2 > To tear or rend apart; burst; to subject (an atom or atomic nucleus) to artificial disintegration by fission; to affect as if by breaking up or tearing apart; shatter
3 > To divide into parts or portions: as to divide between persons; share; to divide into factions, parties, or groups; to mark (a ballot) or cast or register (a vote) so as to vote for candidates of different parties; to divide or break down (a chemical compound) into constituents; to remove by such separation; to divide (stock) by issuing a larger number of shares to existing shareholders usually without increase in total par value
4 > To separate (the parts of a whole) by interposing something
5 > To become split lengthwise or into layers; to break apart; burst
6 > To become divided up or separated off; to sever relations or connections; separate; leave; especially; to leave without delay
7 > To apportion shares
(Italian Spalato) Port in Croatia, on the Adriatic coast; Industries include engineering, cement, and textiles. Split was bombed during 1991 as part of Yugoslavia's blockade of the Croatian coast. The Roman emperor Diocletian retired here 305.
Grad u Hrvatskoj, na jadranskom primorju.
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