Definition of Division:

  1. Disagreement between two or more groups, typically producing tension or hostility.

  2. A partition that divides two groups or things.

  3. Alternative term for business unit.

  4. The action of separating something into parts or the process of being separated.

  5. The process or skill of dividing one number by another.

  6. Each of the parts into which something is divided.

Synonyms of Division

Section, Subsection, Subdivision, Part, Portion, Piece, Bit, Segment, Slice, Fragment, Chunk, Component, Share, Dividing line, Divide, Boundary, Boundary line, Borderline, Border, Partition, Margin, Demarcation line, Line of demarcation, Cut-off point, Australian ballot, Hare system, Jim Crow, KP, Naval Construction Battalion, RN, Royal Navy, Seabees, USN, United States Navy, Aberration, Abstraction, Addition, Adjunct, Affiliate, Affiliation, Age group, Agreement to disagree, Airspace, Alien, Alienation, Allotment, Alteration, Anacrusis, Analysis, Analyzation, Anatomization, Anatomizing, Anatomy, Apartheid, Apportioning, Apportionment, Approximation, Area, Argosy, Arm, Armada, Army, Army group, Arrangement, Assay, Assaying, Atomization, Aye, Ballot, Band, Barrier, Bass passage, Battalion, Battery, Battle group, Belt, Bevy, Bifidity, Bifurcation, Bipartition, Bisection, Blood, Body, Border, Borderline, Boundary line, Bourdon, Bracket, Branch, Branch office, Branching, Brattice, Breach, Breach of friendship, Break, Breakaway group, Breakdown, Breaking down, Breaking up, Breakup, Bridge, Brigade, Budgeting, Buffer, Buffer state, Bulkhead, Bumper, Bunch, Burden, By two, Cabal, Cadence, Cadre, Camp, Canvass, Canvassing, Cast, Caste, Casting vote, Cataloging, Categorization, Category, Caucus, Census, Centrifugence, Change, Chapter, Chorus, Church, Clan, Class, Classification, Cleavage, Cleft, Clique, Cloison, Cloture, Coast guard, Coda, Codification, Cohort, Collision mat, Color bar, Column, Combat command, Combat team, Committee consideration, Communion, Community, Company, Compartment, Complement, Component, Composition, Confines, Conflict, Constituents, Content, Contents, Continental shelf, Contingent, Contradistinction, Corps, Corridor, Coterie, Counting heads, Country, Covey, Crew, Cross section, Cross-purposes, Crowd, Cumulative voting, Cushion, Cut, Cutting, Cutting in two, Cutting the pie, Debate, Decentralization, Deciding vote, Deliberation, Demarcation, Denomination, Department, Deployment, Desynonymization, Detachment, Detail, Development, Deviation, Diaphragm, Dichotomy, Difference, Difference of opinion, Differencing, Differentiation, Difficulty, Dimidiation, Disaccord, Disaffection, Disagreement, Disarticulation, Disassociation, Disconnectedness, Disconnection, Discontinuity, Discord, Discrimination, Disengagement, Disequalization, Disfavor, Disharmony, Disjointing, Disjunction, Dislocation, Disparity, Disruption, Dissection, Dissension, Dissent, Dissepiment, Dissidence, Dissolution, Dissonance, Distinction, Distinctiveness, Distinguishment, District, Disunion, Disunity, Divarication, Divergence, Divergency, Diversification, Dividedness, Dividing, Dividing line, Dividing wall, Divisions, Divorce, Divorcement, Divvy, Docimasy, Dole, Elements, Enfranchisement, Environs, Equation, Escadrille, Estate, Estrangement, Ethnic group, Ethnocentrism, Evolution, Exclusiveness, Exposition, Extrapolation, Faction, Fagot vote, Falling-out, Fanning, Fanning out, Fellowship, Fender, Field army, Field train, Figure, File, Filibuster, Filibustering, Filing, First reading, Fleet, Flotilla, Flying column, Folderol, Foreigner, Forking, Fraction, Franchise, Frontier, Gang, Garrison, Grade, Grading, Graveyard vote, Gravimetric analysis, Ground, Group, Grouping, Groupment, Guts, Hairsplitting, Halving, Hand vote, Harmonic close, Head, Heading, Heartland, Hinterland, In half, In-group, Incoherence, Index, Indexing, Individualization, Individuation, Ingredients, Innards, Insides, Installment, Insularity, Insulation, Integration, Interest, Interest group, Interlude, Intermezzo, Interpolation, Interseptum, Introduction, Introductory phrase, Inventory, Inversion, Involution, Isolation, Item, Items, Junta, Kin, Kitchen police, Know-nothingism, Label, Land, Legion, Level, Line, List, List system, Local, Lodge, Logrolling, Luxation, Maniple, Margin, Marine, Mat, Measure, Member, Merchant fleet, Merchant marine, Merchant navy, Microscopic distinction, Midriff, Midsection, Milieu, Minority group, Misunderstanding, Mob, Modification, Moiety, Mosquito fleet, Movement, Multiplication, Musical phrase, Musical sentence, Narrowness, Naval forces, Naval militia, Naval reserve, Navy, Nay, Neighborhood, Nice distinction, No, Nontransferable vote, Notation, Nuance, Odds, Offshoot, Offshore rights, Open rupture, Order, Organ, Organization, Ornament, Out-group, Outcast, Outfit, Outsider, Pack, Pad, Panel, Parcel, Parceling, Paries, Parochialism, Part, Particular, Particularization, Parting, Partition, Partitioning, Parts, Party, Party wall, Passage, Peer group, Percentage, Period, Persona non grata, Personalization, Persuasion, Phalanx, Phrase, Piece, Pigeonhole, Pigeonholing, Place, Placement, Platoon, Plebiscite, Plebiscitum, Plumper, Plural vote, Polarization, Political party, Poll, Polling, Portion, Portioning, Position, Posse, Post, Practice, Precincts, Predicament, Preferential voting, Premises, Pressure group, Property line, Proportion, Proportional representation, Proximate analysis, Proxy, Purlieus, Quadrant, Quantitative analysis, Quarantine, Quarter, Quota, Race, Race hatred, Racial segregation, Ramification, Random sample, Ranging, Rank, Ranking, Rating, Rationing, Recall of ambassadors, Record vote, Reduction, Reduction to elements, Referendum, Refrain, Regiment, Region, Religious order, Remainder, Removal, Repartition, Representation, Resolution, Response, Rift, Right to vote, Rising vote, Ritornello, Roll call, Rubric, Rupture, Salient, Salon, Sample, Sampling, Say, Schism, School, Seclusion, Second reading, Secret ballot, Sect, Sectarism, Section, Sectioning, Sector, Segment, Segmentation, Segmenting, Segregation, Semimicroanalysis, Separating, Separation, Separatism, Sept, Septulum, Septum, Set, Severalization, Severance, Shade of difference, Share, Sharing, Sharing out, Shock pad, Show of hands, Side, Silent majority, Single vote, Slicing, Snap vote, Snobbishness, Society, Soil, Sorting, Space, Specialization, Splaying, Splinter, Splinter group, Split, Split-up, Splitting, Spread, Spreading, Spreading out, Squad, Squadron, Stable, Stanza, Statement, Station, Status, Steamroller methods, Strain, Stranger, Stratification, Stratum, Straw vote, Strife, String, Subdivision, Subgroup, Suborder, Subspecies, Subtle distinction, Subtraction, Suffrage, Tabling, Tabulation, Tactical unit, Tailpiece, Talkathon, Task force, Task group, Taxonomy, Team, Terrain, Territory, Third reading, Three-mile limit, Tightness, Title, Train, Transferable vote, Transformation, Tribe, Trichoschistism, Troop, Troupe, Tutti, Tutti passage, Twelve-mile limit, Typology, Unit, Upset, Variance, Variation, Variety, Verse, Version, Vicinage, Vicinity, Viva voce, Vocal minority, Voice, Voice vote, Vote, Voting, Voting right, Wall, Whole, Wing, Withdrawal, Write-in, Write-in vote, Xenophobia, Yea, Yeas and nays, Yes, Zone, Zoning, Dividing, Dividing up, Breaking up, Break-up, Cutting up, Carving up, Severance, Splitting, Dissection, Bisection, Cleaving, Disunity, Disunion, Conflict, Discord, Disagreement, Dissension, Disaffection, Estrangement, Alienation, Isolation, Detachment

How to use Division in a sentence?

  1. The villagers lived in a communal building and there were no solid divisions between neighbors.
  2. A growing sense of division between north and south.
  3. The city governments park and recreation division was very busy cleaning up the parks and fields during the warm spring season.
  4. No multiplication or division is necessary.
  5. The division of the land into small fields.
  6. Sometimes in business there will be a division between a company and some important people may be lost to the other side.
  7. The main divisions of the book.
  8. While the finance section of the company always stayed well within their budget, the IT division never seemed to get enough funding for their projects.

Meaning of Division & Division Definition