Definition / Define
- Partition Noun
- An action which divides a thing into parts, or separates one thing from another.
- A part of something that had been divided, each of its results.
- The division of a territory into two or more autonomous ones.
- Monarchies where partition isn't prohibited risk weakening trough parcellation and civil wars between the heirs.
- A vertical structure that divides a room.
- A section of a hard disk separately formatted.
- A collection of non-empty, disjoint subsets of a set whose union is the set itself (i.e. all elements of the set are contained in exactly one of the subsets).
- Partition Verb
- To divide something into parts, sections or shares.
- To divide a region or country into two or more territories with separate political status.
- To separate or divide a room by a partition (ex. a wall), often use with off.