(Brit) a long loaf of bread split on top, giving a greater crust area
noun 1. a heavy stone tool used by prehistoric peoples in northwestern North America and northeastern Asia.
noun, Mathematics. 1. a field containing a given field in which every polynomial can be written as the product of linear factors.
noun 1. a splitting or separating into two or more parts. 2. a separation or dissociation of two groups or people. 3. Commerce. a process of reorganizing a corporate structure whereby all the capital stock and assets are exchanged for those of two or more newly established companies, resulting in the liquidation of the parent […]
- Split wings
plural noun 1. (angling) wings (of an artificial fly) that are dressed cocked up and separated into a V shape (as modifier): a split-wing pattern