Definition of Distribute
give shares of (something); deal out.
Up to £90 per person was distributed to citizens who share the great man's birthday.
use (a term) to include every individual of the class to which it refers.
the middle term must be distributed, at least once, in the premises
Example of Distribute
a distributed system
An additional line, Farmer's All Natural Milk, is distributed in select retail outlets in the Front Range.
As a subscriber to their newsletter and referrer of 3 subscribers, I got 8 shares when they distributed them.
Besides these immediate clients, however, Lipchanka's goods are distributed under various brand names worldwide.
But the Grid goes beyond sharing and distributing data and computing resources.
By the Late Cretaceous, species of Hoploparia were distributed throughout temperate and subarctic regions of both hemispheres.
Cash donations also allow agencies to avoid the labor-intensive need to store, sort, pack and distribute donated goods.
Charlie and Lola is produced by Tiger Aspect Productions and distributed by BBC Worldwide Ltd and © BBC 1996.
Chemical stains and polymer toppings are now being distributed through construction supply houses.
Failing to distribute the middle term over at least one of the other terms is the fallacy of undistributed middle.