[ US /dɪˈvɪʒənəɫ/ ]
[ UK /dɪvˈɪʒənəl/ ]
[ UK /dɪvˈɪʒənəl/ ]
serving to divide or marking a division
the divisional line between two states
constituting a division or an aliquot part of the basic monetary unit
American divisional (fractional) coins include the dime and the nickel
fractional currency is currency in denominations less than the basic monetary unit
of or relating to a military division
How To Use divisional In A Sentence
- The Marines need a divisional push to seize Fallujah and they don't have the men.
- Accordingly the Divisional Court allowed the appeal, remitted the matter to the arbitrator and stayed the oppression remedy proceeding.
- Suppose a divisional manager in a multidivisional firm decides to sue a customer to resolve a disputed debt. Managing Strategic Relationships
- A tourniquet is a common thing enough -- no more than a band with screw fittings, and there was nothing to show that the tourniquet used was any different from a thousand others; and I can see no particular reason why a doctor should commit a murder like this any more than any other man; in which the divisional surgeon agreed with me. The Red Triangle Being Some Further Chronicles of Martin Hewitt, Investigator
- It's always nice to win the first one, especially against an interdivisional team that's trying to catch up to us," said Verlander. Verlander gets 21st win for Tigers
- He docked his boat at a sub-divisional town at dawn.
- The Army's traditional brigade, divisional, corps, and ASCC structure also is being reviewed.
- The Super Bowl runner-up Pittsburgh Steelers were crushed by divisional rivals the Baltimore Ravens in their opening game with quarterback Ben Roethlisberger having a shaky start with three interceptions and two fumbles. Pressure already on teams off to surprisingly slow starts
- He later joined full-time and has risen through the ranks and became a senior divisional officer.
- The Divisional Court directed the coroner to resume the inquest.