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Adjective
Physically separated or split into pieces
“The divided piece of dough moves along a conveyor belt and drops off into sets of hardened steel rollers which flatten the dough piece into a pancake.”
Adjective
Not in agreement
“The experts were divided as to whether the transmission of cyber weapons across neutral territory using such a network is prohibited.”
Adjective
Disconnected and not attached to anything
Adjective
That splits into two or more directions, or parts
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Of, pertaining to, or caused by factions
Adjective
Relating to a section or group within a community
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Separated or isolated from others, or from another group
Adjective
Undecided or unsure of how to act
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Denoting something partial or divided, especially in two equal parts
Adjective
Lacking a coherent sequence or connection
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Partial
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Capable of being divided or split
Adjective
In common
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Delivered, apportioned or allocated to a group
Adjective
Appearing in serialized or sequential installments, especially in literature
Verb
Past tense for to separate or be separated into parts
“A clever solution has one brother divide the cake, while the other brother gets to choose which half he wants.”
Verb
Past tense for to share or be shared out in parts
“The other method was to divide profits among partners according to their individual productivity.”
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Past tense for to form a boundary between (two people or things)
“A bi-fold door is used to divide the living room from the home's exterior.”
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Past tense for to diverge into two or more separate paths
“The road would divide at Amguid, the main line going in a southeasterly to the Lake Tchad region.”
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Past tense for to categorize a group based on type or class
“The agenda is to divide students based on their academic achievement.”
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Past tense for to cause disagreement or fractions within a group
“Your inflammatory rhetoric serves only to divide an already fractured group.”
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Past tense for to disagree on a given issue or concept
“I was rather startled by how people would sharply divide along political lines.”
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