American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Distribution; apportionment.
- n. A partitioning again or in a different way.
- v. To partition again; redivide.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A repeated or fresh partition; redistribution.
“Sanin felt none the more at ease for that; and when in the course of the 'cross-examination' it turned out that he had not clearly realised the exact meaning of the words 'repartition' and 'tilth,' he was in a cold perspiration all over.”
“No dice, need to "repartition" the disk as "GUID" so I pulled up disk utility and did so, no problem.”
“Mr. Di Rupo, a Walloon socialist who chaired the latest stretch of talks, is likely to become prime minister, but parties still have to agree on the repartition of top government positions, as well as on the concrete economic policy of the future government.”
“If you can see from the list on the left, you can select the external hard disk, then go to the Partition tab, and Under Volume Scheme, select on 1 Partition to repartition the disk in the correct format.”
“(Note: If you really want a proper partition rather than a virtual drive, Windows has had a built-in tool since Vista that makes it easy to repartition your hard drive; alternately, this guide details the process using the popular GParted live CD.)”
“Life is easier if you don't actually boot from the drive you are trying to repartition.”
“See Microsoft's help page: Can I repartition my hard disk?.”
“Note: If you really want a proper partition rather than a virtual drive, Windows has had a built-in tool since Vista that makes it easy to repartition your hard drive; alternately, this guide details the process using the popular GParted live CD.”
“And that income repartition is optimal when left to the Market.”
“The Regional decree No 12/95/M provides for the Territorial Organisation of the Autonomous Region of Madeira (Plan d'Organisation Territoriale de la Région Autonome de Madère-POTRAM), including general orientations on planning and development on use and land tenure and protection of the natural heritage and population repartition.”
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