distribute

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  • He distributed the book to many leading political and military figures in Europe.
  • Others are island- or city-specific, and are usually not distributed to other regions.
  • For example, a body appears to be one thing and yet it is distributed into many parts.
  • One hundred years earlier, half the population would have been distributed throughout more than twice as much territory.
  • He continues to distribute his own films, as he has for his entire career.
  • More than a million units were produced and distributed freely and many remain in private hands.
  • It has not been officially licensed or distributed outside of its original release.
  • For each share owned, a declared amount of money is distributed.
  • The species is distributed in most of the countries of Europe.
  • X therefore represents one of the first very large-scale distributed free and open source software projects.
  • He made no will, having distributed the greater part of his estate among his children during his lifetime.
  • In some games not all cards are distributed to the players, and a stock remains.
  • From there it was able to distribute itself throughout the eastern half of the island.
  • Many resources need to be distributed over wide areas.
  • Some goods are still sold and distributed from Jersey, despite these changes.
  • After the newspaper obtained two court orders, it was again distributed freely.
  • Many news organizations based in other media also distribute news online.
  • If there are any such points, the next step is to ask how many there are and how they are distributed.
  • Both studios continued to produce and distribute films under their separate names.
  • Major production companies often distribute films from independent production companies.
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Meaning of distribute

  • verb Administer or bestow, as in small portions
    administer critical remarks to everyone present, dole out some money, shell out pocket money for the children, deal a blow to someone, the machine dispenses soft drinks
  • verb Make available
    The publisher wants to distribute the book in Asia
  • verb Give to several people
    The teacher handed out the exams
  • verb Spread throughout a given area
    the function distributes the values evenly
  • verb Be distributed or spread, as in statistical analyses
    Values distribute
  • verb Be mathematically distributive