Definition of 'split up'
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She was due to fly to Barcelona with her mum; their first holiday together since she and Julie's dad split up. GOING OUT (2002)Posy and Lola, with much eye contact, decided to split up and go for either end of the bar. TICKLED PINK (2002)"I smiled, then I said," Did Art ever tell you you were the reason we split up ? GO! (2001)
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Translations for 'split up'
British English: split up /splɪt ʌp/ VERB
If two people split up, they end their relationship or marriage.
I split up with my boyfriend.
- American English: split up
- Arabic: يَنْفَصِلُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: separar-se
- Chinese: 分手
- Croatian: prekinuti
- Czech: rozejít se končit vztah
- Danish: gå fra hinanden
- Dutch: uit elkaar gaan
- European Spanish: separarse
- Finnish: jakaa kahteen osaan
- French: se séparer
- German: entzweien
- Greek: χωρίζω
- Italian: separarsi
- Japanese: 分裂する
- Korean: 갈라서다
- Norwegian: dele
- Polish: rozdzielić się
- European Portuguese: separar-se
- Romanian: a se despărți
- Russian: расставаться
- Spanish: separarse
- Swedish: göra slut
- Thai: แยกทาง
- Turkish: ayrılmak
- Ukrainian: розставатися
- Vietnamese: chia ra
Definition of split up from the Collins English Dictionary
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