Examples of subdivide in a Sentence
The house is being subdivided into several apartments.
The people who attend the conference can be subdivided into three distinct groups.
He plans to subdivide his property.
The land will be subdivided into building lots.
Recent Examples of subdivide from the Web
After Mervis' death in 1959, the land would be subdivided as Oaksbury, but his daughter, Patricia, married the architect Milton Schwartz and their unique residence was created from one of The Oaks' barns.
Beverly Park, the uber-rich development east of the site, offers some idea of what the site’s future may hold if subdivided.
The donation was complicated by having to subdivide the structures from the larger property, reach agreements on parking, and test for any environmental contamination.
Unless the property is again re-subdivided into a single tract, Kenner Discovery will be unable to construct any improvements that cross the boundary lines of the two tracts.
In addition to approving the site plan April 5, the Plan commission also recommended subdividing the property and indicated other changes necessary for the project to move forward, officials said.
The Abita Springs Planning and Zoning Commission on Wednesday night (May 30) approved d'Hemecourt's request to re-subdivide about 34 acres into three parcels behind the event center, which hosts weddings and other events.
But Ferguson says that those large compartments can easily be subdivided for retailers delivering small items.
Some airlines now have as many as four classes on international flights, and economy cabins that are further subdivided.
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SUBDIVIDE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of subdivide for English Language Learners
: to divide (something) into several or many smaller parts
: to divide (a piece of land) into smaller areas on which houses will be built
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