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sector /ˈsektə $ -ər/ noun [countable]


منطقه عمل ، منطقه مسئولیت ، منطقه واگذاری ، منطقه ماموریت ، (هن). قطاع دایره ، قسمتی از جبهه ، خط کش ریاضی ، ناحیه ، محله ، جزء ، تقسیم کردن ، قطاع ، بخش ، کامپیوتر: بخش ، معماری: قطاع ، بازرگانی: بخش ، علوم نظامی: قطاع اتش
الکترونیک: قطاع ، بخش ، کامپیوتر: قطاع ، معماری: ناحیه ، منطقه ، منطقه عمل ، منطقه مسیولیت ، منطقه واگذاری ، منطقه ماموریت ، قطاع اتش ، علوم نظامی: بخش ، اقتصاد(: هن ).قطاع دایره ، قسمتی از جبهه ، خط کش ریاضی ، ناحیه ، محله ، بخش ، جزی، تقسیم کردن ، قطاع ، بخش کامپیوتر: بخش

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

sector
(Chiefly U.S.)
[noun]
Synonyms: part, area, district, division, quarter, region, zone

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

sector W1 AC /ˈsektə $ -ər/ noun [countable]
[Date: 1500-1600; Language: Latin; Origin: secare; section1]

1. a part of an area of activity, especially of business, trade etc
sector of
the agricultural sector of the economy
public/private sector (=business controlled by the government or by private companies)

2. one of the parts into which an area is divided, especially for military purposes

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

sector
noun
I. part of the business activity of a country
ADJ. important, key | growing, growth | independent, private | public, state | voluntary | formal | informal | agricultural, banking, business, commercial, corporate, economic, financial, further/higher education, health, industrial, industry, manufacturing, market, primary, retail, service The survey covers a wide range of industry sectors.
rural, urban
PREP. in a/the ~ employment opportunities in the higher education sector
PHRASES a sector of the economy/market

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

sector
II. part of an area or of a large group of people
VERB + SECTOR divide sth into Berlin was divided into four sectors after the war.
PHRASES a sector of the population/society

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

sector

an economic sector (=one part of the economy)
The country is making efforts to expand such economic sectors as tourism and information technology.
the agricultural/manufacturing/industrial sector (=the part of the economy to do with growing food/producing goods)
As the industrial sector grew, more and more of the population moved to the cities.
the service sector (=the part of the economy to do with providing services, such as banking or tourism)
The proportion of service sector jobs within the economy has grown.
the financial/banking sector (=the part of the economy to do with money and finance)
The UK financial sector is looking healthier than ever.
the public sector (=businesses controlled by the government)
The government has been holding down pay in the public sector.
the private sector (=businesses that the government does not control)
Generally speaking, employees in the private sector are well rewarded.
the voluntary sector (=people doing socially useful work for no money)
The voluntary sector has an important role in tackling urban deprivation.
an important sector
Sport is now recognized as an important sector of economic activity.
a key sector (=a very important one)
They identified cars and electronics as key sectors in the economy.
the rented sector (=homes that people can rent)
We have lost 2 million homes from the rented sector.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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