adjective see subdivide

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • subdividable — adj. capable of being divided, capable of being separated into smaller sections …   English contemporary dictionary

  • subdividable — sub·dividable …   English syllables

  • subdividable — |səb+ adjective Etymology: subdivide + able : capable of being further divided : suitable for subdividing …   Useful english dictionary

  • subdivide — subdividable, adj. subdivider, n. /sub di vuyd , sub di vuyd /, v., subdivided, subdividing. v.t. 1. to divide (that which has already been divided) into smaller parts; divide again after a first division. 2. to divide into parts. 3. to divide (a …   Universalium

  • subdivide — verb Etymology: Middle English, from Late Latin subdividere, from Latin sub + dividere to divide Date: 15th century transitive verb 1. to divide the parts of into more parts 2. to divide into several parts; especially to divide (a tract of land)… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • canzone — (plural: canzoni)    The canzone was a late medieval lyric form popular in Italy among poets influenced by the Provençal TROUBADOURS. Derived largely from the Occitan CANSO, particularly as practiced by the troubadour GIRAUT DE BORNEIL, the… …   Encyclopedia of medieval literature

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