verb (used with object), sub·di·vid·ed, sub·di·vid·ing.
verb (used without object), sub·di·vid·ed, sub·di·vid·ing.
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Origin of subdivide
OTHER WORDS FROM subdividesub·di·vid·a·ble, adjectivesub·di·vid·er, nounun·sub·di·vid·ed, adjective
Words nearby subdivide
Example sentences from the Web for subdivide
I firmly believe that the time has come to update these antiquated zoning policies to allow single-family zoned lots to be subdivided into four individual land parcels.It’s Time to Put Money Behind All the Talk About Equity|Ricardo Flores|April 5, 2021|Voice of San Diego
He also said the AHS wants to find a buyer who will not subdivide the land and build houses and said the AHS is still considering options that would allow it to retain ownership of the site.Fairfax County’s planning commission backs new rules to preserve River Farm|Fredrick Kunkle|March 18, 2021|Washington Post
Google recommends that we do not subdivide the product group.Google Smart Shopping Campaigns: Everything you need to know to get started|Manuel Vilella Salcedo|October 12, 2020|Search Engine Land
It would allow owners of single-family lots to subdivide their property into multiple smaller lots, potentially creating new homes and new homeowners.Single-Family Zoning’s Century of Supremacy in San Diego|Andrew Keatts|August 26, 2020|Voice of San Diego
We may, therefore, subdivide as many of the divisions as are necessary for the two lines whose degrees of angle are to be found.Mechanical Drawing Self-Taught|Joshua Rose
It would be better to subdivide the work of the world, according to the capacity of the different nations.A Duet|Arthur Conan Doyle
These again subdivide, and the branches droop but turn upward at the tips.Forest Trees of Illinois|Fuller George D.
In the intervals they subdivide themselves into several parties and go about the country exhibiting their art.A Fantasy of Far Japan|Baron Kencho Suyematsu
Zoologists attempted at first to subdivide these countries, on the lines laid down by botanists, into a large number of provinces.The History of the European Fauna|R. F. Scharff