verb (used with object), sub·di·vid·ed, sub·di·vid·ing.
verb (used without object), sub·di·vid·ed, sub·di·vid·ing.
Origin of subdivide
Related formssub·di·vid·a·ble, adjectivesub·di·vid·er, nounun·sub·di·vid·ed, adjective
Examples from the Web for subdivide
No family is more difficult to subdivide, for the various forms intergrade inextricably.Zoology: The Science of Animal Life|Ernest Ingersoll
We are, therefore, compelled to make one last attempt, and still further to subdivide the ring.The Story of the Heavens|Robert Stawell Ball
As this happens in all three genera, we can subdivide them into six subgenera.
On the contrary he utilised it so far as to subdivide the room, and provide recesses for the convenience of students.
(b) Subdivide this rectangle into two or three structural sections, horizontal and vertical in character.Industrial Arts Design|William H. Varnum