|divide in two||dichotomize|
|(British) package, bundle; group, gang; field, plot of land, yard, batch of commercial goods, bunch, make parcel of something, bundle; divide, partition; wrap, cover, portion, protect rope, something wrapped up||parcel|
|(Statistics) any one of 9 numbers that divide a frequency distribution into ten groups of equal frequency; any one of ten groups of equal frequency, any of 10 groups, value dividing up a frequency distribution||decile|
|act of gerrymandering, divide a voting district in a discriminatory manner (for the benefit of a particular candidate); falsify; distort, pervert, manipulated electoral area, try to get extra votes unfairly, unfair division of voting districts in order...||gerrymander|
|act of punctuating writing, marks used to organize writing, system of symbols used to divide or clarify text (such as !, ?, ", etc.); act of placing punctuation marks within text; vocalization; act of emphasizing, use of punctuation||punctuation|
|act of stripping, airstrip, comic strip, damage screw thread or gear teeth, deprive of status or possessions, divide into strips, do striptease, get remaining milk from udder, get undressed, long flat piece, long narrow piece, band; series of drawings,...||strip|
|add extra ingredient, exposure to radiation, give a dose of medicine to, divide into portions, give medicine to, measure out medication, prescribed amount (as in medicine), prescribed amount of medication, venereal disease||dose|
|advance detachment, block opponent, blocking tactic, camera plate for focusing, conceal or shelter somebody or something, concealment, cover with a curtain; filter, sift; hide, conceal; separate, divide; protect, shield; project a film, show a movie, d...||screen|
|alley, be sharp, change direction sharply, change scene, delete data, dilute, divide deck of cards, divide something with sharp tool, divided, dividing of deck of cards, edit movie or video, fashion a garment, garment style, grow teeth through gums, ha...||cut|
|allocate something to regions, divide something into regions||regionalize|
|allocate, allot; divide, distribute, divide something among many||apportion|
|area of one square mile, cut something surgically, distinct part, divide something, functional area, length of rail track, segment; slice, piece; subdivision; region, district; paragraph, passage; department, unit, partition, divide into segments; cut ...||section|
|area set apart, become inattentive, blank area between type, divide into spaces, set some distance apart, separate by spaces, leave spaces, freedom to assert identity, interval between lines of musical staff, interval in transmission of telegraphic mes...||space|
|area with distinct plants and animals, designate area for something, divide into areas; encircle; home in on, track, horizontal climatic band around the Earth, part of a sphere, region, domain; belt, waistband, separate area with a particular function,...||zone|
|area, divide into geopolitical areas, region||district|
|at right angles, body of soldiers, boring and old-fashioned, bribe somebody, bring scores level, city block, completely fair, concur or make something agree, cubic, directly, divide something into squares, division of a game board, drawing instrument, ...||square|
|barrier or screen, beginning or end of show, cloth at front of stage, cloth hung to cover something, conceal with a curtain, screen; adorn with a curtain, cover or divide with curtain, drape, drapery, fit with curtains, length of fabric (hung at a wind...||curtain|
|barrier to flooding, barriers to intimacy, body membrane or lining, close something with wall, defensive structure, enclose with a wall; divide with a wall, fill up with a wall (doorway, etc.); seal with a wall; fortify; (Slang) lean or stand or sit or...||wall|
|be divided further, divide further, divide part of a whole into smaller sections; separate into subdivisions||subdivide|
|be overwhelmed, be very full, become suddenly noticed, divide paper, erupt; break open; break into; shatter, smash into pieces, eruption; gush, spurt; volley of gunshots, explosion or rupture, flow over something, gunfire, make something split, move su...||burst|
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