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|present participle||dividing up|
|past tense||divided up|
|past participle||divided up|
Divide the children up into groups of four.
a secret Soviet-German pact for dividing up Europe in 1940
Let's divide up into groups now.
The money will be divided up among five different charities.
This is the British English definition of divide up. View American English definition of divide up.
if a horse whinnies, it makes a high sound through its nose and mouth
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