division


division
An unincorporated subunit of a corporation. American Banker Glossary

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division di‧vi‧sion [dˈvɪʒn] noun [countable] ORGANIZATIONS
one of the large parts into which a large organization or company is divided:

• Each division has its own editorial, production, and marketing sales staff.

• Thomson acquired the TV manufacturing division of America's General Electric.

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division UK US /dɪˈvɪʒən/ noun
[C] WORKPLACE one of the main separate parts that a company, or group of companies, is divided into: »

The year-on-year profit figure for the division fell by 36%.

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investment/services/international division

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Private Bank is a division of the Bank of Boston that invests for wealthy individuals.

[U] the process of dividing or sharing something between different people or groups: »

The board will oversee the fair division of the assets.

[U] the process of dividing one number by another: »

The ratio is obtained by the division of current assets by current liabilities.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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