There are 2 definitions of great divide in English:

great divide1

Syllabification: great di·vide

noun

1A distinction regarded as significant and very difficult to ignore or overcome: the great divide between workers and management
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  • There's been a lot of talk in the last years about the impact of globalization and technology, and the great divide, digitally, in the world.
  • The pattern of support remains consistent, even allowing for distinctions along the great divide of politics.
  • In a society where we currently have great divides on cultural issues, its a bit hard to justify science as a cultural imperative.
1.1The boundary between life and death: she is still on the human side of the great divide
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  • Prepare a noble death song for the day when you go over the great divide.
  • Harry was in his home when he gathered himself up to cross the great divide. He was a very dear friend of mine. And I will miss him so.
  • He was among the last of those old pioneers to cross the great divide. He died in Ontario on May 9, 1946, at the age of 81.

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excessive pride or self-confidence

There are 2 definitions of great divide in English:

Great Divide2

Syllabification: Great Di·vide

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