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split

slang To leave or depart, especially quickly or suddenly. We'd better split, Tom. We don't want to miss our flight. Once people started getting so drunk that they were falling over themselves, I knew it was about time to split.
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split

in. to leave. Look at the clock. Time to split.
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Splitting psychs out loss or separation through split-level transmissions (now you see it and now you don't) that "oscillate" (this is how Freud put it) "between neurosis and psychosis." This spliting image of how, then, the trauma of loss "goes" (what's absent is both identified and not seen) is what's along for the drive in acting out, which since World War II has been the overriding label that gets stuck on this mobilization of or access to the shifting border zone between neurosis and psychosis.