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rive

Saltos de línea: rive
Pronunciación: /rʌɪv
 
/

Definición de rive en inglés:

verbo (past rived; past participle riven /ˈrɪv(ə)n/)

literary
1Split or tear apart violently: the party was riven by disagreements over Europe figurative he was riven with guilt
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Despite his position on the progressive wing, he emerged as leader of a party riven with internal divisions in 1976.
  • The negotiating process usually starts during the summer and leaves the cabinet riven with dispute as ministers fight it out with Minister for Finance for resources.
  • Although Disney's company was riven with conflicts after his death, the firm emerged in the mid-1980s as the prototype of a successful international media conglomerate.
Sinónimos
torn apart, split, rent, ripped apart, ruptured, severed
literary cleft, torn asunder, ripped asunder
1.1 archaic Split or crack (wood or stone): the wood was riven with deep cracks

Origen

Middle English: from Old Norse rífa, of unknown ultimate origin.

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