Translation of subdivide in Spanish:

subdivide

subdividir, v.

Pronunciation /sʌbdɪˈvʌɪd//ˈsəbdəˌvaɪd/

transitive verb

  • 1

    (divide again)
    subdividir
    • And so the course we're on is a course that will divide and subdivide the church further and further.
    • The dominant strategy for dealing with this dilemma is to divide and subdivide the past into distinct periods.
    • Genocchio subdivides the book by a series of alliterative section headings and short preambles but it is generally less than apparent why pieces are included in
    • These divisions are further subdivided into districts locally administered by head chiefs.
    • The northern and southern parts are subdivided into units separated by tectonic contacts or superimposed late grabens.
    • Roads not only provide access, but may also serve to subdivide the area into units having similar site characteristics and management problems.
    • The Dal Group is generally subdivided into six units, interpreted as having formed in a rift basin.
    • His province was subdivided into districts and the latter into towns and cantons.
    • Through the use of computer image analysis it may be possible to quantify accurately and usefully the variation in D. suberectus and subdivide this widely distributed and long ranging species.
    • Some elements are broken by abrupt transitions in frequency, subdividing the element into smaller units.
    • Iraq is a republic divided into eighteen provinces, which are subdivided into districts.
    • To make a small space look bigger, the Chinese divide and subdivide space, and the Japanese borrow distant views.
    • There is a small bar to one side, and tables that can seat a total of about 50 are subdivided into small groups by partitions.
    • Each broad period is further subdivided into smaller units.
    • Today's technologies and computers can provide layers of information to subdivide the whole field into smaller units for site specific management.
    • These in turn were subdivided into districts and communes, all run by elected councils and officials.
    • I am convinced that the world would be a better place if it was not subdivided into a thousand feuding portions by religious beliefs.
    • To use this definition in the context of clonal interference, we need to have a priori knowledge about how to best subdivide the sequence space into independent quasispecies.
    • These maps not only delineate specific soils and their characteristics but also subdivide them into mapping units based on slope and degree of erosion.
    • Confining units are further subdivided by some workers into aquicludes and aquitards.
  • 2US

    (divide into lots)
    (land) parcelar

intransitive verb

  • 1

    dividirse