division / dɪˈvɪʒ ən /


division 的定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. the act or process of dividing; state of being divided.
  2. Arithmetic. the operation inverse to multiplication; the finding of a quantity, the quotient, that when multiplied by a given quantity, the divisor, gives another given quantity, the dividend; the process of ascertaining how many times one number or quantity is contained in another.
  3. something that divides or separates; partition.
  4. something that marks a division; dividing line or mark.
  5. one of the parts into which a thing is divided; section.
  6. separation by difference of opinion or feeling; disagreement; dissension.
  7. Government. the separation of a legislature, or the like, into two groups, in taking a vote.
  8. one of the parts into which a country or an organization is divided for political, judicial, military, or other purposes.
  9. Military. a major administrative and tactical unit, larger than a regiment or brigade and smaller than a corps: it is usually commanded by a major general. a number of ships, usually four, forming a tactical group that is part of a fleet or squadron.
  10. a major autonomous or semi-independent but subordinate administrative unit of an industrial enterprise, government bureau, transportation system, or university: the sales division of our company; the Division of Humanities.
  11. a category or class containing all the teams or competitors grouped together according to standing, skill, weight, age, or the like: a team in the first division; the heavyweight division in boxing.
  12. Botany. a major primary subdivision of the plant kingdom, consisting of one or more classes; plant phylum.
  13. Zoology. any subdivision of a classificatory group or category.
  14. Horticulture. a type of propagation in which new plants are grown from segments separated from the parent plant.
  15. the ornamentation of a melodic line in 17th- and 18th-century music.

division 近义词

n. 名词 noun

separation, disconnection

n. 名词 noun

something produced from separating

n. 名词 noun

breach, estrangement


  1. The division is responsible for protecting the rights of voters.
  2. The division plans to co-found five to six companies over the next five years and invest $5 million to $8 million in each.
  3. This “IoT Services” division is not being sold to Nvidia as part of the deal, and will remain owned by Softbank.
  4. Hemmerling is a former police officer and currently in charge of the criminal and community justice divisions.
  5. Los Angeles has all-world D-lineman Aaron Donald leading what was a top-10 EPA defense last year, which will help the Rams factor into this division battle despite the hell they’ve found themselves in financially.
  6. Except the Braves did not win 14 straight pennants (they did win 14 straight division titles), and Smoltz is a also Republican.
  7. President Eisenhower sent the 101st Airborne Division to force Faubus to admit the students to Central High School.
  8. So here, for your Christmas Eve pleasure, are 20 of my favorites, 10 from the ecclesiastical division and 10 secular.
  9. Excerpted by permission of Harper Books, a division of HarperCollins Publishers.
  10. Published by Clarkson Potter/Publishers, a division of Penguin Random House, LLC.
  11. With each division, in addition to the divisional staff, there were officers detached from the headquarters staff.
  12. Given one more Division we might try: as things are, my troops won't cover the mileage.
  13. In her he felt again, more distinctly than before, another person—division, conflict.
  14. A second main division of our schooling was mathematical instruction of a sort.
  15. The fillip given would have been far, far greater than that which the mere numbers (1,200 for the Division) would seem to imply.