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Meaning of "division" in Essential English Dictionary

division

noun   /dɪˈvɪʒən/
[no plural] the act of separating something into parts or groups: the equal division of wealth
one of the groups in an organization: the sales division
one of the groups of teams in a league: a Second Division club
[no plural] the process of dividing one number by another number
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