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A number $d$ is a divisor of $n$ if $n$ is a multiple of $d.$
Trivially, in the real numbers, every nonzero $d$ is a divisor of every other real number, and similarly for the complex numbers and the rational numbers. The definition really only becomes interesting when restricted to the integers, and usually the positive integers.
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