Common misspellings for section:
sectino, sketchin, sicuation, sectionis, sepertion, section3, sleection, sagetion, seasion, santion, eqution, pesecution, sitchuation, fasication, qusetion, ction, assication, sectior, ouction, cemetion, decsion, specuation, settion, serction, kition, sectoin, posijtion, seshion, sugesttion, sectin, secultion, sectio, sectios, secton, sesation, sesion, qwstion, slution, meication, slelection, soctia, secition, sggestion, cerfaction, sension, sumition, falseacation, disction, ection, deccsion, szechuan, derction, sugestion, sisation, sectionoing, secion, seccesion, dection, suggeation, serpartion, secssion, cection, lection, asscoiation, sectiosn, section2, norsistion, resction, sellection, secction, vecation, ceation, sisttion, section1, sergion, soultion, eygtian, recation, siyuation, dysection, seption, kichion, sction, quetion, sultion, scution, decution, coertion, qiestion, circuation, sectiona, quisetion, selction, seciton, ceirtian, stion, segegation, suggesion, setion, sition, secletion, costion, sutiotion, sucksion, segergation, sectionand, speartion, suggention, sepeartion, sujestion, thesection, soluction, seletion, juction, sufercation, qeastion, sigjestion, sedtion, sebatian, recsion, decousion, cermuchon, seaction, certian, sulition, escution, cuestion, szechaun, segration, sucsetion, ispiction, sancation, asocaition, cocetion, salection, selcusion, descution, sucction, seleection, saction, seccion, tection, senction, skeletion, secltion, sugegstion, slection, rescection, seactions, asscation, sectchie, sulution, ssection, sectionin, suctiion, sectionof, asction, rection, seection, suggetion, sedction, descsion, solection, cition, sulotion, sectiong, suggtion, severtion, secodn, ressection, sectiion, quertion, stetion, justion, secon, seohyun, seculusion, sffection, sation, sekection, cesection, sectionn, pvsercation, secsion, sectionon, sichuation, seshon, situaction, secetion, descusion, egytian, soution, sctions, scection, possection, seation, cennection, deuction, secttion, sebation, qestion, mercution, asection, seclution, sergestion, sujession, selecgtion, sesstion, kitchion, vection, percsion, eeucation, sactions, surjestion, saution, skelition, segestion, decortion, secctions, senation, decssion, fection, sycopation, guestion, selecction, sectiom, secatoin, suduction, suggetsion, sophication, sitcution, kestion, ispection, descosion, suiation, separtion, section8, posecution, spectation, seculsion, viction, serchin, setcion, sacretion, sectiond, sagestion, assoction, circumsion, selaction, sitcuation, sujection, seliction, disection, secection, quection, selecation, queation, sectioon, sugesstion, cesation, sunction, scections, gestion, secshon, sesection, selution, secution, suition, seckion, asscoation, suclution, sertion, deucation, asocation, skeching, secation, sattion, reccsion, sisution, scetion, sectrion, desction, sectn, asccoation, sucktion, secision, succition, sention, selelction, secoin, asoication, sertian, decsioin, secesion, siguation, siliction, sechuwaytion, seesion, subection, sectioin, percation, sittion, sechuashoun, decation, selsection, soltion, sestion, deacation, sttion, sugesion, musiction, descssion, moction, coerction, egytion, dierction, servation, suation, certion, siuation, aaction, certiain, fction, asscoaition, sugession, selation, sargentio, cecretion, cetian, loscation, sugetion, cenection, ausction, citttion, decshion, especation, sicussion, erction, gettion, spection, duction, qesion, recution, scoutiong, secshions, sectionto, sewction, sdition, selcction, soleution, succussion, suctioin, scademe, sacademe, scademia, sacademia, scademy, sacademy, scadian, sacadian, sccess time, saccess time, sccusation, saccusation, sccustom, saccustom, scetone, sacetone, scetonemia, sacetonemia, scetum, sacetum, scidemia, sacidemia, scquisition, sacquisition, sct on, sact on, sctin, sactin, sctinia, sactinia, zection, xection, wection, swction, ssction, sdction, srction, s4ction, s3ction, sextion, sevtion, seftion, secrion, secfion, secgion, secyion, sec6ion, sec5ion, sectuon, sectjon, sectkon, sectoon, sect9on, sect8on, sectiin, sectikn, sectiln, sectipn, secti0n, secti9n, sectiob, sectioj, sectioh, saection, zsection, szection, xsection, sxection, dsection, sdection, wsection, swection, sesction, srection, s4ection, se4ction, s3ection, se3ction, sexction, secxtion, sevction, secvtion, sefction, secftion, secdtion, sectfion, secgtion, sectgion, secytion, sectyion, sec6tion, sect6ion, sec5tion, sect5ion, sectuion, sectiuon, sectjion, sectijon, sectkion, sectikon, sectoion, sect9ion, secti9on, sect8ion, secti8on, sectiokn, sectilon, sectioln, sectipon, sectiopn, secti0on, sectio0n, sectio9n, sectiobn, sectionb, sectiomn, sectionm, sectiojn, sectionj, sectiohn, sectionh, esction, 3ection, qection, smction, sgction, sektion, segtion, sebtion, sec4ion, secdion, secpion, secvion, secuion, sectyon, sectaon, sectmon, secthon, sectign, sectimn, sectinn, sectiof, sectiol, sectioo, sectayeon, secteyeon, s ection, se ction, sec tion, sect ion, secti on, sectio n.
Definition of section:
- A division of a genus; a group of species separated by some distinction from others of the same genus; -- often indicated by the sign /.
- the cutting of or into body tissues or organs ( especially by a surgeon as part of an operation)
- ( geometry) the area created by a plane cutting through a solid
- one of several parts or pieces that fit with others to constitute a whole object; " a section of a fishing rod"; " metal sections were used below ground"; " finished the final segment of the road"
- a self- contained part of a larger composition ( written or musical); " he always turns first to the business section"; " the history of this work is discussed in the next section"
- a segment of a citrus fruit; " he ate a section of the orange"
- a small team of policemen working as part of a police platoon
- a small army unit usually having a special function
- a division of an orchestra containing all instruments of the same class
- a distinct region or subdivision of a territorial or political area or community or group of people; " no section of the nation is more ardent than the South"; " there are three synagogues in the Jewish section"
- a land unit of 1 square mile measuring 1 mile on a side
- a very thin slice ( of tissue or mineral or other substance) for examination under a microscope; " sections from the left ventricle showed diseased tissue"
- A part separated from something; a division; a portion; a slice.
- A distinct part of a country or people, community, class, or the like; a part of a territory separated by geographical lines, or of a people considered as distinct.
- One of the portions, of one square mile each, into which the public lands of the United States are divided; one thirty- sixth part of a township. These sections are subdivided into quarter sections for sale under the homestead and preemption laws.
- The figure made up of all the points common to a superficies and a solid which meet, or to two superficies which meet, or to two lines which meet. In the first case the section is a superficies, in the second a line, and in the third a point.
- A part of a musical period, composed of one or more phrases. See Phrase.
- The description or representation of anything as it would appear if cut through by any intersecting plane; depiction of what is beyond a plane passing through, or supposed to pass through, an object, as a building, a machine, a succession of strata; profile.
- A distinct part or portion of a book or writing; a subdivision of a chapter; the division of a law or other writing; a paragraph; an article; hence, the character , often used to denote such a division.
- A division of a genus; a group of species separated by some distinction from others of the same genus; - often indicated by the sign .
- The act of cutting, or separation by cutting; part or portion cut off; a representation of an object as if cut in two crosswise or lengthwise by a plane; as, a transverse section of a steam radiator; slice; subdivision of a chapter, law, etc.; distinct part of a country, people, community, or class.
- 1. The act of cutting. 2. A cut or division. 3. A cut surface. 4. A thin slice of any material for examination under the microscope. 5. A segment or part of any organ or structure delimited from the remainder.
- Incisional division.
- Act of cutting: a division: a portion: the plan of any object cut through, as it were, to show its interior: the line formed by the intersection of two surfaces: the surface formed when a solid is cut by a plane: a square mile or 640 acres of land.
- Act of cutting; division; view obtained by cutting; part cut off; portion.
- A separate part; division; portion.
- A view of something, as a machine, as if cut through.
- The act of cutting or separating by cutting; a part separated from the rest; adivision; a distinct portion; the subdivision of a chapter; a distinct part of a city, country, or people; the representation of an object, as a building, machine, & c., cut asunder vertically; the intersection of one surface with another, or of a surface with a solid.
- A part separated from the rest; a distinct part or portion; a division, as of a book, a country, & c.; the representation of any building or object as it would appear if cut or sliced through from top to bottom; in geom., the line formed by the intersection of two surfaces; the surface formed when a solid body is cut by a plane; in U. S., a tract of land of 640 acres.