Definition of 'division'
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German infantry appeared to have lapped like flood water round the flanks of a neighbouring division. IN LOVE AND WAR (2002)
Now that he was no longer division chief, he supposed the new title would have to suffice. DO NO HARM (2002)
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Translations for 'division'
British English: division /dɪˈvɪʒən/ NOUN
The division of something is the act of separating it into two or more different parts.
...the re-unification of Germany, after its division into two states.
- American English: division
- Arabic: تَقْسِيم
- Brazilian Portuguese: divisão
- Chinese: 部门
- Croatian: podjela
- Czech: dělení
- Danish: deling
- Dutch: splitsing
- European Spanish: división
- Finnish: jako
- French: division
- German: Teilung
- Greek: διαίρεση
- Italian: divisione
- Japanese: 分割
- Korean: 분할
- Norwegian: deling
- Polish: dzielenie podział
- European Portuguese: divisão
- Romanian: diviziune
- Russian: разделение
- Spanish: división
- Swedish: division delning
- Thai: การแบ่ง
- Turkish: bölme
- Ukrainian: поділ
- Vietnamese: sự chia tách
Definition of division from the Collins English Dictionary
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