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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsegmentationseg‧men‧ta‧tion /ˌseɡmenˈteɪʃən, -mən-/ noun [uncountable]  SEPARATEwhen something divides or is divided into smaller partssegmentation of the segmentation of society
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segmentationWhen I would hear of problems, I would often blame them on our past failure to do market segmentation.When I was ready to implement market segmentation, I went back to many of these same people.The second way in which imperfect competition can affect trade is through market segmentation.Market segmentation is then defined and two main segmentation criteria are explained.The spacing of words gives an appearance of sharp segmentation, of beads on a string that can be measured and defined.This segmentation basis can be explained thus: * People may seek the benefits that products provide, rather than the products themselves.
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