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## sec·tor

(sĕk′tər, -tôr′)
n.
1. A part or division, as of a city or a national economy: the manufacturing sector.
2. Mathematics
a. The portion of a circle bounded by two radii and the included arc.
b. A measuring instrument consisting of two graduated arms hinged together at one end.
3. Computers A portion of a storage device making up the smallest addressable unit of information.
4.
a. A division of a defensive position for which one military unit is responsible.
b. A division of an offensive military position.
tr.v. sec·tored, sec·tor·ing, sec·tors
To divide (something) into sectors.

[Late Latin, from Latin, cutter, from sectus, past participle of secāre, to cut; see sek- in Indo-European roots.]

## sector

(ˈsɛktə)
n
1. a part or subdivision, esp of a society or an economy: the private sector.
2. (Mathematics) geometry either portion of a circle included between two radii and an arc. Area: r2θ, where r is the radius and θ is the central angle subtended by the arc (in radians)
3. (Mathematics) a measuring instrument consisting of two graduated arms hinged at one end
4. (Military) a part or subdivision of an area of military operations
5. (Computer Science) computing the smallest addressable portion of the track on a magnetic tape, disk, or drum store
[C16: from Late Latin: sector, from Latin: a cutter, from secāre to cut]

## sec•tor

(ˈsɛk tər)

n.
1.
a. a plane figure bounded by two radii and the included arc of a circle.
b. a mathematical instrument consisting of two flat rulers hinged together at one end and bearing various scales.
2. the area that a particular military unit is assigned to defend.
3. a distinct part, esp. of society or of a nation's economy.
4. a section or zone, as of a city.
v.t.
5. to divide into sectors.
[1560–70; < Late Latin: sector, Latin: cutter =sec(āre) to cut + -tor -tor]
sec′tor•al,
sec•to′ri•al (-ˈtɔr i əl, -ˈtoʊr-) adj.

## sec·tor

(sĕk′tər)
The part of a circle bounded by two radii and the arc between them.

## sector

1. An area designated by boundaries within which a unit operates, and for which it is responsible.
2. One of the subdivisions of a coastal frontier. See also area of influence; zone of action.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
 Noun 1 sector - a plane figure bounded by two radii and the included arc of a circleplane figure, two-dimensional figure - a two-dimensional shapearc - a continuous portion of a circle 2 sector - a social group that forms part of the society or the economy; "the public sector"social group - people sharing some social relationsociety - an extended social group having a distinctive cultural and economic organizationbusiness sector, business - business concerns collectively; "Government and business could not agree"black economy - a hidden sector of the economy where private cash transactions go unreported; "no one knows how large the black economy really is"economic system, economy - the system of production and distribution and consumption 3 sector - a particular aspect of life or activity; "he was helpless in an important sector of his life"sphereaspect, facet - a distinct feature or element in a problem; "he studied every facet of the question"department - a specialized sphere of knowledge; "baking is not my department"; "his work established a new department of literature" 4 sector - the minimum track length that can be assigned to store information; unless otherwise specified a sector of data consists of 512 bytescomputer memory unit - a unit for measuring computer memoryblock - (computer science) a sector or group of sectors that function as the smallest data unit permitted; "since blocks are often defined as a single sector, the terms `block' and `sector' are sometimes used interchangeably"allocation unit - a group of sectors on a magnetic disk that can be reserved for the use of a particular file 5 sector - a portion of a military positionarmed forces, armed services, military, military machine, war machine - the military forces of a nation; "their military is the largest in the region"; "the military machine is the same one we faced in 1991 but now it is weaker"battlefield, battleground, field of battle, field of honor, field - a region where a battle is being (or has been) fought; "they made a tour of Civil War battlefields"parcel of land, piece of ground, piece of land, tract, parcel - an extended area of land 6 sector - measuring instrument consisting of two graduated arms hinged at one endmeasuring device, measuring instrument, measuring system - instrument that shows the extent or amount or quantity or degree of something

## sector

noun
1. the nation's manufacturing sector
2. Officers were going to retake sectors of the city.
Translations
قِسْم، قِطاعقِطاع
sektorvýseč
cirkeludsnitsektor
sektori
sektor
körcikk
geiri

부문
sektorius
sektors
výsek
področjesektor
sektor
ภาคหรือกลุ่ม
daire dilimisektör
khu vực

## sector

[ˈsektəʳ] N
1. (Econ, Ind) →
the public sector
2. (Mil) →
3. (Geom) →

## sector

[ˈsɛktər] n
[economy] →
the manufacturing sector →
[community, population] →
(MILITARY) (= area) [city, country] →
(GEOMETRY) [circle] →

## sector

n (also Comput) → Sektor m

## sector

[ˈsɛktəʳ] n (gen) → (Geom) →

## sector

(ˈsektə) noun
a section of a circle whose sides are a part of the circumference and two straight lines drawn from the centre to the circumference.

## sector

sektor sektor sektori sektor 部門 부문 sektor ภาคหรือกลุ่ม khu vực
References in classic literature ?
If his wit be not apt to distinguish or find differences, let him study the Schoolmen; for they are cymini sectores.
El poder cuantificar tecnicamente que tan elevado es el impuesto de renta, generado por las personas juridicas pertenecientes a cada uno de los sectores de la economia colombiana, permitiria ayudar a determinar que tan altos son realmente los impuestos que pagan las empresas en Colombia, ademas de poder conocer de que forma los beneficios tributarios existentes han favorecido a cada uno de los diferentes sectores economicos (Clavijo, 2005).
Me gustaria comenzar este prologo poniendo en valor la importancia de dos sectores de la economia espanola que no solo son motor para el desarrollo de la misma, sino que no podriamos entender la economia de nuestro pais, historicamente y en la actualidad, sin la intervencion de los mismos: el Comercio y el Turismo.
A su vez, el autovector derecho asociado a dicho autovalor indica la importancia de los diferentes sectores economicos en terminos de su influencia sobre el nivel de eficiencia productiva del sistema.
Esto indica que si bien los nuevos desarrollos de un cierto nivel socioeconomico se pueden localizar en sectores de un nivel diferente, de todas formas mantienen relaciones con sus similares.
El descontento y la voluntad de lucha abarcan los mas amplios y diversos sectores de la sociedad; y la solidaridad internacional, asi como las criticas y los reclamos por la violacion de los derechos humanos se han manifestado desde los mas diversos gobiernos, organizaciones internacionales y sitios del planeta, de modo que la actitud gubernamental, que ha encontrado apoyo en una parte de los medios de comunicacion, y en un reducido sector de la burguesia, esta llevando a una peligrosa polarizacion, que nadie puede saber donde va a desembocar.
Pragmaticamente, las lineas de avance, permitieron flexible y zigzagueantes retrocesos alli donde los sectores populares y progresistas encontraron la posibilidad de articulacion con muchos otros o donde no se encontraba la fuerza necesaria para atreverse a avanzar.
El libro se propone explicar la economia peruana desde una perspectiva de sus sectores productivos y las relaciones directas e indirectas entre sectores.
Lo que encontramos en este volumen, es el concepto de clase social no para referirse al orden previo a 1973, sino para nombrar lo nuevo, aquello que fuera resultado de esa transformacion producida desde el Estado de manera autoritaria y que significo, entre otros aspectos, la desarticulacion de los grupos obreros y la privatizacion de los sectores medios.
Por medio de un acercamiento empirico basado en mi ero datos, se evidencia que la evolucion del grado de integracion comercial ha inducido transiciones intersectoriales de los trabajadores baria sectores de menor productividad, por lo cual se conduje que dichas transiciones afectaron negativamente la productividad agregada.
000 en diecinueve sectores no financieros y encontramos que, en 2014, seis de esos sectores destruyeron valor para la economia, esto es, que tuvieron margenes EBITDA negativos en promedio.
Este efecto se conoce como encadenamiento hacia atras y se genera porque los sectores demandan insumos para producir sus propios bienes y servicios.

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