a large screen or thin wall that divides a roomoffices divided only by a glass partition
the division of a country into two or more independent countriesthe fighting which followed the partition of India
to separate (a room) into sectionsTwo rooms have been created by partitioning a single larger room.
to divide (a country) into separate self-governing partsKorea was partitioned in 1945.
Divide the soup among four bowls.
Police moved in to separate the two groups.
As clubs get more organised they'll segment their squads.
the small income he has shared with his brother
section, , ,
It holds vegetables in place while they are being peeled or sectioned.
They are even-handed in apportioning the blame.
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in the sense of apportion
to divide out in sharesThey are even-handed in apportioning the blame.
in the sense of apportionment
the apportionment of resources
Video: pronunciation of 'partition'
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