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Meaning of “section” - Learner’s Dictionary

section

noun [C]     /ˈsekʃən/
PART
B1 one of the parts that something is divided into: a non-smoking section in a restaurant the business section of a newspaper the tail section of an aircraftWords meaning parts of thingsParts of geometrical shapes
VIEW
a model or drawing of something that shows how it would look if it were cut from top to bottom and seen from the side →  See also cross-section Painting, drawing and printingModels and moulds
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