systematize

[sis-tuh-muh-tahyz]
verb (used with object), systematized, systematizing.
to arrange in or according to a system; reduce to a system; make systematic.
Also, systemize; especially British, systematise.


Origin:
1755–65; < Greek systēmat- (stem of sýstēma) system + -ize

systematization, noun
systematizer, noun
nonsystematized, adjective
oversystematize, verb (used with object), oversystematized, oversystematizing.
quasi-systematized, adjective
resystematization, noun
resystematize, verb (used with object), resystematized, resystematizing.
unsystematized, adjective
unsystematizing, adjective
well-systematized, adjective


organize, order, articulate.
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systematize, systemize, systematise or systemise (ˈsɪstɪməˌtaɪz)
 
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(tr) to arrange in a system
 
systemize, systemize, systematise or systemise
 
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systematise, systemize, systematise or systemise
 
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systemise, systemize, systematise or systemise
 
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systemati'zation, systemize, systematise or systemise
 
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systemati'sation, systemize, systematise or systemise
 
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systemi'zation, systemize, systematise or systemise
 
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systemi'sation, systemize, systematise or systemise
 
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'systematizer, systemize, systematise or systemise
 
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'systematiser, systemize, systematise or systemise
 
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'systemizer, systemize, systematise or systemise
 
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'systemiser, systemize, systematise or systemise
 
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Example sentences
Such attempts to systematize the gestures of conducting are rare, however.
Deism and science also failed to systematize ethics.
We wrote this paper in an attempt to systematize and quantify the field, to
  make it something you can seriously address.
The purpose of this article is to systematize central problems in the study of
  personality from the formal point of view.
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