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subdivide

verb /sabdiˈvaid/
to divide into smaller parts or divisions
subdividir
Each class of children is subdivided into groups according to reading ability.
subdivision /-ˈviʒən/ noun subdividing or the parts resulting from doing this
subdivisión
The institute is a subdivision of the university.
(American ) a portion of land divided up for housing etc; a zone.
subdivisión
(American) a residential area on the outskirts of a city or town
área residencial a las afueras de un centro urbano
professionals working from home by means of their computers and living in isolated subdivisions.
Translations of “subdivide”
in Vietnamese chia nhỏ ra…
in Thai แบ่งละเอียด…
in Malaysian lebih kecil lagi…
in French subdiviser…
in German unterteilen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 將…再分,將…細分…
in Indonesian lebih kecil lagi…
in Russian подразделять…
in Turkish küçük parçalara bölmek/ayırmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 将…再分,将…细分…
in Polish dzielić (dalej)…
(Definition of subdivide from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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