Distribution in a sentence as a noun

It lets me 'invest' in a project that would not get picked up by the normal distribution channels.

To avoid confusion, CentOS explained the origins of the distribution on their web site.

In fact, some of my favorite memories of work have been sprints to finish something, whether in software, retail/distribution, or food service.

Please get over yourself and learn some non-technical skills: sales, marketing, design, product UI/UX, biz dev, getting distribution, negotiation skills, heck - some people skills!

From there, it's Hachette's responsibility to deliver the orders to an Amazon distribution center.

The distribution mechanism and purchasing system are super-simple.

Indeed, GoT-broadcast-to-top-of-TPB time is counted in a couple of hours; so why do they try to push those technologies still?The answer is probably because the main goal of DRM is to control distribution channels, not copy-prevention.

And tech-inspired sales and distribution methods in this and a broad swath of other fields will mean that those seeking to limit consumer choice by protecting local turf through bureaucratic pull will be fighting what will ultimately prove to be a losing battle.

After some prototyping, I decided to use a 2D camera and deliver the software as an app because I thought wide distribution and ease of use was more important than the fidelity and correctness of the data - ie, the "worse is better" approach.

And although we hear about some of those acquisitions there are many, many more that don't get as much press...However in contrast to the approach above I have been whiteness to a handfull of startup business models that have done really well at infiltrating the enterprise based on their distribution and user engagement model.

Distribution definitions


(statistics) an arrangement of values of a variable showing their observed or theoretical frequency of occurrence


the spatial or geographic property of being scattered about over a range, area, or volume; "worldwide in distribution"; "the distribution of nerve fibers"; "in complementary distribution"

See also: dispersion


the act of distributing or spreading or apportioning


the commercial activity of transporting and selling goods from a producer to a consumer