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analyse

[an-l-ahyz] /ˈæn lˌaɪz/
verb (used with object), analysed, analysing. Chiefly British
1.
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  • There they gather huge amounts of data, which can be analysed and acted upon.
  • You must be a careful and methodical worker, self-motivated and able to conduct experiments and analyse data independently.
British Dictionary definitions for analyse

analyse

/ˈænəˌlaɪz/
verb (transitive)
1.
to examine in detail in order to discover meaning, essential features, etc
2.
to break down into components or essential features: to analyse a financial structure
3.
to make a mathematical, chemical, grammatical, etc, analysis of
4.
another word for psychoanalyse
Derived Forms
analysable, (US) analyzable, adjective
analysation, (US) analyzation, noun
analyser, (US) analyzer, noun
Word Origin
C17: back formation from analysis
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Word Origin and History for analyse
v.

chiefly British English spelling of analyze (q.v.).

Analyse is better than analyze, but merely as being the one of the two equally indefensible forms that has won. The correct but now impossible form would be analysize (or analysise), with analysist for existing analyst. [Fowler]

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