IN MATH:1. n. operation requiring 2 numbers (the dividend and divisor) and which answers the question how many parts equal in size to the divisor can be found in the dividend. The number of parts is called the quotient. The extras, or excess, or left overs, is called the remainder. 2. n. inverse of multiplication.

IN ENGLISH: 1. as defined above. 2. n. a structural entity in an organization or an army. EX. The sales division is the largest in the corporation.

APPLICATION: See list 70.

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