Context sentences for "to split up" in Dutch
These sentences come from external sources and may not be accurate. bab.la is not responsible for their content.
EnglishNow, move the base off to the side, and the ring will split up into arcs, OK.
EnglishWe therefore need to split the paragraph up into three parts for the vote.
EnglishAll four were in the 29th Division, but we split them up after the Sullivan brothers died on the Juneau.
EnglishAnd it’s been split up in successive bits and a chord.
EnglishAnd of course, with wind, you could put it all over the East Coast, offshore theoretically, or you can split it up.
EnglishWe do not want Kosovo to be split up, because this could launch a dangerous chain reaction in the region.
EnglishLet's split up and check the entire house.
EnglishWe do not want to see the centre of power in the Russian State disintegrate and split up into a host of regional power bases.
EnglishWe'll cover more ground if we split up.
EnglishPeople who wanted to stay together were split up because the areas they lived in were divided up between colonial occupiers.
EnglishAnd when it was over, we split up.
EnglishSplit it up between everyone else.
EnglishSplit up, they should be.
EnglishThere are four strategic objectives, each of which is split up into three, four, five or six operational objectives.
EnglishExcept here it’s been split up in parts by Estée Lauder and by the perfumer who did it, Calice Becker, and I'm most grateful to them for this.
EnglishWe split them up.
EnglishThe nuclear family today is split up by the increasing number of divorces and also by the increase in commuting between work and home.
EnglishMr Zalm, the Liberal front runner in the elections and a former Dutch minister, is now saying that it was a mistake to split up NS and ProRail.
EnglishLet's split up.
EnglishI am disappointed with the I-EDN Group which chose to table amendments and ask for split votes, thus taking up valuable time in this House.
Similar translations for "to split up" in Dutch