Definition of divisional in English:

divisional

Line breaks: div|ision¦al
Pronunciation: /dɪˈvɪʒənl
 
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adjective

1Relating to an organizational or administrative division: a divisional manager
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  • From there he was posted as an assistant divisional manager in a divisional office - his first posting in an operational office.
  • The Neale team included the majority of the under 14 team that were narrowly defeated in this years divisional A final.
  • The winner of the Bournemouth Open was the most successful Dorset player in last year's South West divisional finals at Burnham and Berrow.
2Forming a partition: divisional walls
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  • Passing from this main wall at right angles, were the divisional partitions of the rooms, 3 feet 0 inches in width.
  • During the nearly four years it has taken to complete the guide, divisional walls have become windows.

Derivatives

divisionally

adverb
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  • It hasn't affected us as much divisionally as it has nationally.
  • Therefore, God's love is actualized divisionally by parental love, conjugal and children's love.
  • Under the new system, the opening round will feature a best-of-seven series in a divisionally based format.

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