divide englannista suomeksi
To split or separate (something) into two or more parts.
- Divide the living child in two.
To share (something) by dividing it.
(RQ:Spenser Faerie Queene)
To be a divisor of.
To separate into two or more parts.
Of a cell, to reproduce by dividing.
(quote-journal)| title=Welcome to the plastisphere| passage=researchers noticed many of their pieces of marine debris sported surface pits around two microns across. Such pits are about the size of a bacterial cell. Closer examination showed that some of these pits did, indeed, contain bacteria, and that in several cases these bacteria were dividing and thus, by the perverse arithmetic of biological terminology, multiplying.
To disunite in opinion or interest; to make discordant or hostile; to set at variance.
- If a kingdom be divided against itself, that kingdom cannot stand.
- Every family became now divided within itself.
To break friendship; to out.
(quote-text)| title=s: The Tragedy of Coriolanus|''The Tragedy of Coriolanus'', I. vi. 87| passage=Make good this ostentation, and you shall / Divide in all with us.
To vote, as in the British parliament and other legislatures, by the members separating themselves into two parties (as on opposite sides of the hall or in opposite lobbies), that is, the ayes dividing from the noes.
(RQ:Gibbon Roman Empir)
- The emperors sat, voted, and divided with their equals.
To mark divisions on; to graduate.
To play or sing in a florid style, or with variations.
A thing that divides.
''Stay on your side of the divide, please.''
An act of dividing.
''The divide left most of the good land on my share of the property.''
1975, ''Byte'' (issues 1-8, page 14)
- The extended instruction set may double the speed again if a lot of multiplies and divides are done.
A distancing between two people or things.
''There is a great divide between us.''
''If you're heading to the coast, you'll have to cross the divide first.''
''The team crossed streams and jumped across deep, narrow divides in the glacier.'' team crossed streams and jumped across deep, narrow divides in the glacier.ogg
1922, A. M. Chisholm, ''A Thousand a Plate''
- Carrying light packs they left camp at daylight the next morning. Trails there were none; but they followed the general course of a small creek, crossed a divide, and dipped down into a beautifully timbered valley watered by a swift, large creek of almost riverlike dimensions.
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