Definition of 'division'
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Example sentences containing '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)
Synonyms of 'division'
separation, dividing, splitting up, detaching
Trends of 'division'
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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
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