compartmentalized


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com·part·men·tal·ize

 (kŏm′pärt-mĕn′tl-īz′, kəm-pärt′-)
tr.v. com·part·men·tal·ized, com·part·men·tal·iz·ing, com·part·men·tal·iz·es
To separate into distinct parts, categories, or compartments: "You learn ... even the ability to compartmentalize ethics" (Ellen Goodman).

com′part·men′tal·i·za′tion (-ĭ-zā′shən) n.

compartmentalized

(ˌkɒmpɑːtˈmɛntəˌlaɪzd) or

compartmentalised

adj
separated into several discrete areas
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Adj.1.compartmentalized - divided up into compartments or categories; "most sciences have become woefully compartmentalized"
compartmented - divided up or separated into compartments or isolated units; "a compartmented box"; "the protected and compartmented society of Beacon Hill"- John Mason Brown
Translations

compartmentalized

[ˌkɒmpɑːrtˈmɛntəlaɪzd] adjcompartimenté(e)

compartmentalized

adj subjectgegliedert; their excessively compartmentalized view of lifeihre übertrieben genau gegliederte Lebensanschauung
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Supply and delivery of new rolled compartmentalized bins for selective collection.
Other changes to both schedules include shorter titles, lists of vaccines and trade names, and compartmentalized information for easier reference.
He says that with religious extremism having taken root, people are expected to be more and more compartmentalized and predicts that each and every group's mosques and followers in the near future will be further compartmentalized, which in turn will inhibit Baloch nationalism, liberalism and social development.
Washington not only successfully compartmentalized problems with Iran in the region but it also decided not to get involved in the conflicts, especially in Syria, the way Iran did.
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That's how in-house lawyers end up in very narrowly defined, compartmentalized roles that center around reviewing contracts or overseeing litigation or handling all labor and employment issues.
"Peace cannot be compartmentalized as destabilization of one country may cast horrifying effects on the entire region" he said while briefing a high powered 17-member visiting delegation of German Federal Armed Forces Command and Staff College headed by General (Retd) Rainer Christian Albert Schuwirth here at Parliament House about emerging security threats to Pakistan and region.
The standard requires fully redundant subsystems and compartmentalized security zones.
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