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divide
dɪ'vaɪd
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. A ridge of land that separates two adjacent river systems.
  2. A serious disagreement between two groups of people (typically producing tension or hostility).
(动) As a verb
  1. Perform a division.
  2. Force, take, or pull apart.
  3. Come apart.
  4. Make a division or separation.
  5. Separate into parts or portions.
  6. Divide.
Hyphenationdi•vide
Part of Speech(动) verb, (及物的动) transitive verb, (不及物的动) intransitive verb, (名) noun
Matching Results
chúto get rid of; to remove; to exclude; to eliminate; to wipe out; to divide; except; not including
分配fēnpèito distribute; to assign; to allocate; to partition (a hard drive)
分享fēnxiǎngto share (let others have some of something good)
分歧fēnqídivergent; difference (of opinion, position); disagreement; bifurcation (math.)
fènpart; share; ingredient; component
fēnto divide; to separate; to distribute; to allocate; to distinguish (good and bad); part or subdivision; fraction; one tenth (of certain units); unit of length equivalent to 0.33 cm; minute; a point (in sports or games); 0.01 yuan (unit of money)
分开fēnkāito separate; to part
分裂fēnlièto split up; to divide; to break up; fission; schism
意见分歧yìjiàn fēnqídifference of opinion
划分huàfēnto divide up; to partition; to differentiate
隔开gékāito separate
分成fēnchéngto divide (into); to split a bonus; to break into; tenths; percentage allotment
分给fēngěito divide (and give to others)
分隔fēngéto divide; to separate; partition
界划jièhuádivide
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