Definition of divisional in English:

divisional

adjective

  • 1Relating to an organizational or administrative division.

    ‘a divisional manager’
    • ‘The divisional manager has indicated that work on this stretch of road will commence within the next three weeks.’
    • ‘Even infected farms may be able to carry out some crop operations, however, with the permission of the divisional veterinary manager.’
    • ‘Do your divisional managers know how much capital they tie up and what it costs?’
    • ‘If sufficient entries are not forthcoming, divisional finals will not be held.’
    • ‘Sheila gave us a presentation of her speech for the upcoming divisional final of the International Speech Competition.’
    • ‘Farmers who want to employ someone to shear their sheep will have to seek permission from the Government's divisional veterinary manager.’
    • ‘The programme is being co-ordinated through local community teams, led by a divisional highways manager and two highway engineers.’
    • ‘The West Sligo junior championship divisional final will be decided on Bank Holiday Monday.’
    • ‘The winner will proceed to the North West divisional final.’
    • ‘While Abbeyside advance safely via the direct route towards the divisional final, all isn't lost for Dungarvan.’
    • ‘The winner of the Bournemouth Open was the most successful Dorset player in last year's South West divisional finals at Burnham and Berrow.’
    • ‘From there he was posted as an assistant divisional manager in a divisional office - his first posting in an operational office.’
    • ‘The final divisional race, in Las Vegas, was a shootout between Kyle and me for the championship.’
    • ‘Who said the divisional cup finals at Milebush were dreary affairs?’
    • ‘That win puts them into the divisional final for the first time in more than a decade and a half and has given this whole championship one massive lift.’
    • ‘For both, it was the first divisional final round, and for Smith, the first win.’
    • ‘The winners go forward to the divisional finals in Arbroath on March 24, 25 and 26.’
    • ‘The Neale team included the majority of the under 14 team that were narrowly defeated in this years divisional A final.’
    • ‘In 1981, he set divisional managers the harsh target of being first or second in their business sector, or facing sale or closure.’
    • ‘He suffered a broken collarbone playing in the North divisional SHC final last Sunday against Toomevara.’
  • 2Forming a partition.

    ‘divisional walls’
    • ‘During the nearly four years it has taken to complete the guide, divisional walls have become windows.’
    • ‘Passing from this main wall at right angles, were the divisional partitions of the rooms, 3 feet 0 inches in width.’

Pronunciation:

divisional

/dɪˈvɪʒənl/