Divided into or made up of distinct segments.(adjective)
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Use "segmented" in a sentence
"This time, it wasn't all bad news – BRITNEY SPEARS SPLIT UP STEPS read one recent headline – but there were reports that tickets for her Birmingham show had sold so poorly that the promoters had been forced to indulge in what they called "segmented marketing to reach new customers", which turned out to mean knocking £25 off the ticket price."
"This involves some pretty radical lifestyle shifts but when it is done my work life should be better segmented from the rest of my life."
"The LV endocardium was segmented from the short-axis images at the times of isovolumetric contraction"