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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsubdivisionsub‧di‧vi‧sion /ˌsʌbdəˈvɪʒən/ noun  1 [countable, uncountable]SEPARATE when something is subdivided, or the parts that result from doing this2 [countable] American EnglishTBC an area of land that has been subdivided for building houses on
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subdivisionIn more than one case entire housing subdivisions have been sold before the first unit was constructed.He turns the plane toward a mountainside subdivision and grabs more papers from behind the cockpit.Normally, in order to maintain control over the use of subdivisions, each combination of main heading and subdivision must be approved.They have named the subdivision Renaissance.The subdivision of stock into subject groups calls for flexible and adroit administration.Topic subdivisions are subject subdivisions, for example, Engineering - Research 3.
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