Definition of 'section'
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You will also need to complete the symptom section of the chart on a daily basis. The 8-Week Cholesterol Cure (1990)The section of track where the accident took place is a sharp curve. Times, Sunday Times (2013)These are followed by brilliant sections on identities and war. The Times Literary Supplement (2010)But caesarean sections have become much safer. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Some sections of the orchestra are more demanding than others. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The whole bottom section was brimming with bright green crunchy cucumber. Times, Sunday Times (2015)They were born by caesarean section and sadly one died soon after. The Sun (2016)You might also like to look at some of the other sections in this book together. Taking Drugs Seriously (1994)But certain sections of society risk forcing trainers and jockeys back into the world of secrecy. The Sun (2015)Why is there one law for one section of society and one for another? The Sun (2012)He had been reported missing from a hospital after being sectioned. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It is unbelievable the speed you can carry into that section of the track. The Sun (2012)Births are often more difficult and there are more instances of caesarean sections. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Section off the hair in equal thickness so you can work through small sections with a large round brush. The Sun (2010)It was time to have another look at each completed section of the garden and consider change and improvement. Winter Garden Glory (1993)The airline would have to bump up the costs because they would have to section a part of the aircraft off. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The alternative health section is informative, but very unconvincing. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The internal contradiction in this section of the Act is clear. Rural Land-Use Planning in Developed Nations (1989)For the infamous operatic middle section, the band members left the stage as the studio recording played. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'section'
British English: section /ˈsɛkʃən/ NOUN
A section of something is one of the parts that it is divided into.
A section of the bridge collapsed.
- American English: section
- Arabic: قِسْم
- Brazilian Portuguese: seção
- Chinese: 章节
- Croatian: dio
- Czech: oddělení
- Danish: afsnit
- Dutch: sectie
- European Spanish: sección
- Finnish: osasto
- French: section
- German: Abschnitt
- Greek: ενότητα
- Italian: sezione
- Japanese: 部分
- Korean: 잘라낸 부분
- Norwegian: seksjon
- Polish: sekcja
- European Portuguese: secção
- Romanian: secțiune
- Russian: секция
- Spanish: sección
- Swedish: avdelning
- Thai: ส่วนที่ตัดออก
- Turkish: bölüm bina, konum
- Ukrainian: секція
- Vietnamese: phần
British English: section VERB
If something is sectioned, it is divided into sections.
It holds vegetables in place while they are being peeled or sectioned.
Definition of section from the Collins English Dictionary
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