Definition of split-up in English:

split-up

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noun

An ending of a relationship or partnership; a separation: the band came to an inevitable split-up
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  • The two of us decided to get a house together two years ago when we were both going through split-ups.
  • Mark wasn't coping very well with the split-up.
  • When I was going through the horrible messy split-up that happened in October and November of that year, it turned out that both Michael and Jason were two of the best friends anyone could hope for.

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