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Not to be confused with quartile.
Quadrant may refer to:
Primary (geometrical) meanings:
- A sector equal to one quarter of a circle, or half a semicircle, see Circular sector
- Quadrant (plane geometry), a sector of a two-dimensional cartesian coordinate system
- Quadrant (solid geometry)
- A quadrant or section in a city street nomenclature system, see Address (geography)#Quadrants
- Quadrant (anatomy), a division of the abdominal cavity
- Quadrant (Antarctica), one of four wedge-shaped divisions of Antarctica delimited by 90° lines of longitude converging at the South Pole
- Quadrant (architecture) a building which arcs in 90 degree manner
- Quadrant (astronomy), a rectangular division of the celestial sphere
- Quadrant (dentistry), a division of the dentition in humans and other species
- Galactic quadrant, one of four circular sectors in the division of the Milky Way galaxy
- Quadrant (instrument), an angle or time measuring instrument
- Quadrant (motorcycles), one of the earliest British motorcycle manufacturers, established in Birmingham in 1901
- Quadrant Cycle Company, 1899 manufacturers in Britain of the Quadrant motorcar
- Quadrant (magazine), an Australian journal
- Quadrant (album), a 1977 album by Joe Pass and Milt Jackson
Names of places etc.
- Quadrant Bus Station, Swansea Wales
- Quadrant Shopping Centre, Swansea, Wales
- Quadrant Park, a nightclub in Liverpool, Merseyside
- Quadrant:MK, Network Rail's headquarters campus in Milton Keynes
- HMS Quadrant (G11), a Second World War British/Australian warship
- First Quebec Conference, 1943 (codenamed "QUADRANT")
- Quadrant Records, an independent record label
- Triumph Quadrant, a four-cylinder motorcycle
- The Quadrant, housing estate in Kingston upon Hull, UK
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