- capable of being evenly divided, without remainder.
- of or relating to a group in which given any element and any integer, there is a second element that when raised to the integer equals the first element.
- divinyl ether,
- division algebra,
- division algorithm,
- division of labor,
- division of labour
Origin of divisible
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It turns out that 60 is a wonderful number because it is divisible by one, two, three, four, five, and six.How Long Is a Year? Is the Earth Slowing Down? And Other Questions About Time|Neil Shubin|January 6, 2013|DAILY BEAST
That which is "not extended and not divisible" and "without parts," cannot be anything else than nothing.Absurdities of Immaterialism|Orson Pratt
Every number will necessarily be divisible by its difference from 210.Amusements in Mathematics|Henry Ernest Dudeney
All divisible magnitudes are also continuous: whether all continuous magnitudes are divisible, is not yet clear.Aristotle|George Grote
early 15c., from Old French divisibile, from Late Latin divisibilis, from divis-, past participle stem of Latin dividere (see divide (v.)).