- com·part·men·tal·iza·tion or Brit com·part·men·tal·isa·tion kəm-.pärt-.ment-əl-ə-'zā-shən n isolation or splitting off of part of the personality or mind with lack of communication and consistency between the partscom·part·men·tal·ize or Brit com·part·men·tal·ise -'ment-əl-.īz vt, -ized or Brit -ised; -iz·ing or Brit -is·ing
* * *com·part·men·ta·li·za·tion (kəm-pahrt″men-tə-lĭ-zaґshən) compartmentation.
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Compartmentalization — or compartmentalisation (UK) may refer to: Compartmentalization (biology) Compartmentalization (engineering) Compartmentalization (fire protection) Compartmentalization (information security) Compartmentalization (psychology) Compartmentalization … Wikipedia
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compartmentalization — 1923, from COMPARTMENT (Cf. compartment). Related: Compartmentalize (1925); compartmentalized … Etymology dictionary
compartmentalization — (Amer.) n. partitioning into compartments; separation between different subject or issues; (Psychology) division of functions to specific areas of the brain (also compartmentalisation) … English contemporary dictionary
compartmentalization — compartmentalize (also compartmentalise) ► VERB ▪ divide into categories or sections. DERIVATIVES compartmentalization noun … English terms dictionary
compartmentalization — noun see compartmentalize … New Collegiate Dictionary
compartmentalization — See compartmentalize. * * * … Universalium
compartmentalization — noun /ˈkɒm.pɑː(ɹ)t.mɛntl̩.aɪˌzeɪ.ʃən/ a) The act or process of dividing a complex task or structure into smaller, often more manageable pieces. b) The act of dividing complex code into libraries with common … Wiktionary
compartmentalization — com·part·men·tal·i·za·tion … English syllables
compartmentalization — noun 1. a mild state of dissociation • Syn: ↑compartmentalisation • Derivationally related forms: ↑compartmentalise (for: ↑compartmentalisation), ↑compartmentalize • Hypernyms … Useful english dictionary