Subdivision definition

sŭbdĭ-vĭzhən, sŭbdĭ-vĭzhən
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A reduction in area of a piece of land by dividing it up into two or more smaller parcels.
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(countable) Such a piece that has been divided.

Work on one subdivision at a time.

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(countable) A parcel of land that has been divided into lots.
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(countable) A group of houses created by the same builder or in the same general area.

They're putting in a new subdivision out past Black Ranch Road.

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The act or process of subdividing.
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An area of real estate subdivided into individual lots.
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A subdivided part.
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(countable, uncountable) A division into smaller pieces of something that has already been divided; to separate something.

Subdivide the sentence into pieces and understand it a bit at a time.

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A piece of land resulting from this; esp., a large tract subdivided into small parcels for sale.
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A subdividing or being subdivided.
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One of the parts resulting from subdividing.
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Other Word Forms

Noun

Singular:
subdivision
Plural:
subdivisions

Origin of subdivision

  • From sub- +"Ž division

    From Wiktionary