- having been divided; having the unity destroyed
"a fragmented coalition"
- It looks like your hard disk is fragmented.
- The remaining competition is fragmented.
- This results from the fact that Polish agriculture is fragmented to a very high degree.
- Competition is fragmented and is not sufficiently capable of curbing VAI's market power.
- The industry is very fragmented and comprises predominantly small and medium sized companies.
- overhauling the excessively fragmented structure of the health care system and its governance;
- The fragmented production of such cheeses further aggravates the consequences of that seasonality.
- simplify the fragmented pension system and introduce universally binding legislation on entitlement, contributions, accumulation and indexing;
- Thus, many digitisation initiatives are currently being undertaken in the Member States, but efforts are fragmented.
- Complainants have failed to modernise, are highly fragmented and have high labour costs
- However, the sector remains highly polarised and fragmented in terms of size, with significant opportunities and threats for firms.
- Danieli is well behind in third place. Competition is fragmented and is not sufficiently capable of curbing VAI's market power.
- Whilst the internal market for goods is relatively well integrated, services markets remain, legally or de facto, rather fragmented.
- Separate the dried and finely fragmented hops from the seeds with a grinder or a 1 mm metal sieve.
- The Commission’s investigation showed that VAM constitutes a separate product market that does not need to be further fragmented.