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  • adj. Adapted for cutting
  • adj. Of or pertaining to sectors
  • n. A sectorial, or carnassial, tooth.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Adapted for cutting.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In anatomy and zoology, adapted for cutting, as a tooth; carnassial: specifically said of a specialized molar or premolar, as the flesh-tooth of a carnivore: not said of incisors.
  • In mathematics, of or relating to a sector.
  • n. A sectorial tooth; a flesh-tooth; a scissor-tooth.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. relating to or resembling a sector

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Examples

  • High levels of inequality in income contribute to sectorial imbalances, regional disparities and asset bubble inflation.

    We can't afford the costs of bosses' crazy unearned pay | Deborah Hargreaves

  • Many MENA countries are active in trying to better manage risks, but these are often local or sectorial approaches only; to benefit from economies of scale they ought to be integrated into a coherent national strategy for risk management.

    Erwann Michel-Kerjan: MENA Countries Need to Foster Their Risk Management Capabilities, But How?

  • Alongside the Salone Internazionale del Mobile, now in its 48th edition, together with the International Furnishing Accessories Exhibition this year will be Euroluce, the eagerly-awaited International Lighting Exhibition that sets the sectorial benchmark with its wide range and broad spectrum of goods that go to make up a unique lighting sector scenario – from light sources to domestic lighting, from technical illumination to urban illumination – embracing both technological and formal innovation.

    Jason Sahler | Inhabitat

  • Haaretz newspaper defined this Knesset as a "bad" one: "In both words and actions the MKs are undermining democracy's fundamental values, making cynical, cheap use of parliamentary tools, dragging Israeli society to sectorial disputes and separatism, and isolating Israel from the world."

    Avraham Burg: American Jews, You Are Next

  • In Informe de la reunión de la comisión técnica sectorial binacional de recursos naturales, Proyecto Binacional de Manejo y Conservación de la Reserva de la Biósfera La Amistad Costa Rica-Panamá.

    Talamancan montane forests

  • "The [Australian] market at the moment is not particularly sectorial," said Andrew Sekely, director of equities at Intersuisse.

    Asia Tech Stocks Up on Apple Gains

  • To them Mizrahi feminists seemed sectorial, their strategy influenced by clannish values rather than by a liberal “universalist” value system.

    Mizrahi Feminism in Israel.

  • It should be pointed out that sectorial customs did not usually affect halakhic literature in the way that local customs did.

    Observance of Mitzvot: Custom and Halakhah.

  • It is necessary at this point to clarify, however briefly, the sectorial-ideological structure of the Yishuv at the time, in keeping with which we can also distinguish between the various groups of women writers.

    Prose Writing in the Yishuv: 1882-1948.

  • Parties representing sectorial interests characterize the Israeli political system, probably more than in any other country.

    Political Parties in the Yishuv and Israel.

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