Word: cleaves

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Synonyms: cleaves

split (open), cut (up), hew, hack, chop up, rive, plow, drive, bulldoze, carve, split, adhere, cohere, stick, cling

Translations: cleaves

spanish
escinde, hiende, segmenta, rompe, se unirá


german
klebt

french
clive, coupe, fend, clivage, se attache

italian
unirà, si unirà, scinde, cliva

portuguese
fende, cliva, cinde, cliva o

dutch
splitst, klieft, knipt, splijt, kleeft

russian
расщепляет, расщепл, отщепляет, расщепляется, расщепл ет

norwegian
kløyver, spalter, spaltes, kløver, spaltes for

swedish
klyver, spjälkar, spaltar, klyvs, klipper

finnish
pilkkoo, lohkaisee, katkaisee, lohkoo, katkaisukohta

danish
spalter, kløver, spaltes, som spalter

czech
štěpí, odštěpí, odštěpuje, rozštěpí, rozštípne

polish
rozszczepia, rozcina, tnie, przecina, trawi

hungarian
hasítja, hasít, hasítja a, lehasítja

turkish
böler, parçalayarak, ayrıştıran, olarak ayrıştıran, yaran

greek
διασπά, αποκόπτει, διασπάται, διασπά το, τεμαχίζει

ukrainian
розщеплює

albanian
çan, ngjitet, bashkohet, të bashkohet, do të bashkohet

bulgarian
разцепва, се разцепва, отцепва, разкъсва, разгражда

belarusian
расшчапляе

estonian
lõhustab, lõikab, lõhustub, lõhestub

croatian
cijepa, odcijepi, odcjepljuje, se cijepa, prione

icelandic
klýfur, klauf

lithuanian
skaldo, skaldant, vidų, skelia, kerpa

latvian
sašķeļ, sašķel, sašķeļas, noturas

macedonian
расцепува, раскинува, сече, го раскинува

romanian
scindează, clivează, descompune, se scindează, cliveaza

slovenian
cepi, razcepi, odcepi

slovak
štiepia, štiepi, rozkladá, štepia

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The meaning and "use of": cleaves

verb
  • split or sever (something), especially along a natural line or grain.
  • stick fast to.

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