split with (one)

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split with (one)

1. To share or divvy up something with one. In this usage, a noun or pronoun is used between "split" and "with." The portions are really huge here, so I'm just going to split an entrée with Mary. He agreed to split the earnings evenly with his partner.
2. To end a romantic relationship with one. I heard you split with your boyfriend—I'm so sorry to hear that! Martin says that he split with Sarah, but they've had such an on-again-off-again relationship that none of us is surprised anymore.
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split someone or something with someone or something

to divide someone or something with someone or a group of people. I will split the campers with you. You lead your half on the hike, and I will lead my half. Will you split your candy bar with me?
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It is interesting to note that the number of instances of stock splits without when-issued trading decreased by nearly 51% from 2005 to 2006 while the number of stock splits with when-issued traded shares decreased by only 32% (from 56 to 38).
Within the past few years, biologists have observed species splits with what appear to be the wrong geography, wrong time frame, and wrong driving force.
Or investors may irrationally confuse mutual fund splits with common stock splits, which they recognize as signaling good news.
Because of the association of stock splits with an overall improvement in performance, some of the more recent research addresses whether the announcement of stock splits has any information content or instead is confounded by other corporate announcements.