Verb(1) separate into parts or portions(2) separate or cut with a tool, such as a sharp instrument(3) discontinue an association or relation; go different ways(4) go one's own way; move apart(5) come open suddenly and violently, as if from internal pressure
Adjective(1) resembling a sound of violent tearing as of something ripped apart or lightning splitting a tree
(1) a log splitter(2) When it came time to test its first mango splitter, OXO identified the most common varieties of mango sold in the United States and designed the splitter accordingly.(3) ATVs make towing a wood splitter to the pile of logs you skidded up to the woodshed easy.(4) This morning the District Court heard how a wood splitter and gloves were found in a rubbish skip in a street near the murder scene.(5) a log splitter(6) The family now had three wood stoves, which they fed with logs split with their gas-powered wood splitter , an electric generator, a hot tub, and a deck with a view of the mountains.(7) To avail of this facility, a cable customer must buy a cable modem and a channel splitter .(8) You also need a set of speakers, a Firewire cable, an FM doohickey for playing the iPod on your car stereo, and a splitter so your wife can also listen.(9) He regrets the demise of many old crafts, including the skill of the hoop splitter , who split hazel and sally rods to make hoops for barrels.(10) And when we got cable Internet, I started ‘borrowing’ basic cable with a splitter , but only to the teevee in the computer room.(11) All three channels can be imaged simultaneously with an appropriately designed image splitter .(12) No, no, Abe, you were a rail splitter , then an attorney.(13) It could be a problem with the splitter at the wall jack.(14) He had two or three chain saws and even a log splitter hooked up to the back of his tractor.(15) You know, they crawl into their little cubbies in the tree, and sit at their little squirrel computers (they use a splitter to intercept my cable connection), and blog.(16) What looks like one phenomenon to a lumper may look like three to a splitter .