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sec·tion·al

 (sĕk′shə-nəl)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or characteristic of a particular district.
2. Composed of or divided into component sections.
n.
A piece of furniture, especially a sofa, made up of sections that can be used separately or together.

sec′tion·al·ly adv.
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sectional

(ˈsɛkʃənəl)
adj
1. composed of several sections
2. of or relating to a section
ˈsectionally adv
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sec•tion•al

(ˈsɛk ʃə nl)

adj.
1. pertaining or limited to a particular section; local or regional.
2. composed of sections: a sectional sofa.
3. of or pertaining to a section: a sectional view of the brain.
n.
4. a sofa composed of several sections that can be arranged in various combinations.
[1800–10, Amer.]
sec′tion•al•ly, adv.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.sectional - a piece of furniture made up of sections that can be arranged individually or together
article of furniture, furniture, piece of furniture - furnishings that make a room or other area ready for occupancy; "they had too much furniture for the small apartment"; "there was only one piece of furniture in the room"
Adj.1.sectional - relating to or based upon a section (i.e. as if cut through by an intersecting plane); "a sectional view"; "sectional drawings"
2.sectional - consisting of or divided into sections; "a sectional sofa"; "sectioned plates"
divided - separated into parts or pieces; "opinions are divided"
3.sectional - related or limited to a distinct region or subdivision of a territory or community or group of people; "sectional tensions arose over slavery"
territorial - belonging to the territory of any state or ruler; "territorial rights"
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sectional

adjective regional, local, separate, divided, exclusive, partial, separatist, factional, localized a party of sectional interests
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sectional

adjective
Relating to or restricted to a particular territory:
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Translations
مُرَكَّب من أجْزاء مُنْفَصِلَه
sektorový
gruppe-sektions-
keresztmetszetimetszetiosztályhoz/csoporthoz tartozórészekből álló
settur saman úr hlutum/einingum

sectional

[ˈsekʃənl] ADJ
1. [bookcase etc] → desmontable
2. [interests] → particular
3. [diagram] → en corte
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sectional

adj
(= in sections) road-buildingabschnittsweise; furniture, pipe, fishing rodzerlegbar; sectional drawingDarstellung fim Schnitt
differences, rivalrieszwischen den Gruppen; interestspartikularistisch
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sectional

[ˈsɛkʃənl] adj
a. (bookcase) → scomponibile, smontabile
b. (interests) → settoriale
c. (drawing) → in sezione
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section

(ˈsekʃən) noun
1. a part or division. He divided the orange into sections; There is disagreement in one section of the community; the accounts section of the business.
2. a view of the inside of anything when, or as if, it is cut right through or across. a section of the stem of a flower.
ˈsectional adjective
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References in classic literature ?
The fruit somewhat resembles in magnitude and general appearance one of our citron melons of ordinary size; but, unlike the citron, it has no sectional lines drawn along the outside.
I have formed the belief that the man who applauds that air with special violence and ostensible sectional loyalty is invariably a native of either Secaucus, N.J., or the district between Murray Hill Lyceum and the Harlem River, this city.
Most political questions are concerned with the construction and expression of the general will, and with attempts to ensure that the political machinery made to express the general will shall not be exploited for private or sectional ends.
Aristotle's mixed constitution springs from a recognition of sectional interests in the state.
But there's the bell; so, Cousin, let us for a while lay aside our sectional prejudices, and come out to dinner."
Sectional density is only a guide, but if you're in doubt you would be wise to rely on it.
Universal GX-4000 provides a solution to the continuing problem of sectional door damage, while also helping to minimize maintenance costs and door repairs at the loading dock.
- On the basis of Product, market is segmented into Rebar, Light Sectional Steel and Heavy Sectional Steel.
*Prospect won the MSL East and took second overall in the conference, plus qualified its team for a Class 3A sectional. Sam Ergastolo, Cole Lannert and Vinny Mineli are returning sectional qualifiers.
THE clock is ticking for SIS to deliver on its promise of introducing sectional times for Irish racing, with Horse Racing Ireland chief executive Brian Kavanagh conceding that the rights to develop data could be reoffered if SIS fails to fulfil its commitment.
Sectional property development and sectional titles are the terms used in South Africa and here in Kenya.So how has Kenya harnessed this concept of vertical development to respond to its housing problem, given its rapidly growing population, which is dependent on our finite stock of land?