subdivision[ suhb-di-vizh-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF subdivision
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SUBDIVISION
This subdivision of the large avenues, we were told, is gradually to be discarded.
The subdivision of labour, with all its advantages, has its reverse to the medal.
A street car line will connect the plant and the subdivision.
The Subdivision, or part of a Chapter is marked usually thus, §.
Subdivision of labor is one of the triumphs of modern civilization.
A subdivision of the compass card, equal to 5° 37′ of the circle.
A subdivision of the compass-card, equal to 2° 48′ 45″ of the circle.
He has a perfect right to lay out a subdivision if he wants, said Bobby.
As "inspector of subdivision," his light is burned until eleven.
They are called Saulteaux, and are a subdivision of the great Algonquin family.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SUBDIVISION
- breaking down
- breaking up
- cutting up
- splitting up