UK /splɪt/ US /splɪt/
present participle splitting | past tense and past participle split
split verb (DIVIDE)
B2 [I or T] to (cause to) divide into two or more parts, especially along a particular line:
The prize was split between Susan and Kate.
Split the aubergines in half and cover with breadcrumbs.
The teacher split the children (up) into three groups.
informal I'll split (= share) this croissant with you.
His trousers split when he tried to jump the fence.
[+ obj + adj] The woman had split her head open (= got a long, deep wound in her head) when she was thrown off the horse.
aubergine noun [C or U] UK 「なす」
UK /ˈəʊ.bə.ʒiːn/ US /ˈoʊ.bɚ.ʒiːn/
B2 an oval, purple vegetable that is white inside and is usually eaten cooked
breadcrumbs noun [plural] 「パン粉」
UK /ˈbred.krʌmz/ US /ˈbred.krʌmz/
breadcrumbs noun [plural] (DRIED BREAD) very small pieces of dried bread, especially used in cooking:
Sprinkle the breadcrumbs over the mixture before baking.
be at odds
C2 to disagree:
They're at odds over the funding of the project.
Her version of events was at odds with (= very different from) the police report.