journalize

[jur-nl-ahyz]
verb (used with object), journalized, journalizing.
1.
to tell or relate as one would in keeping a journal.
2.
to enter or record in a journal.
3.
(in double-entry bookkeeping) to enter in a journal, preparatory to posting to the ledger.
verb (used without object), journalized, journalizing.
4.
to keep or make entries in a journal.
Also, especially British, journalise.


Origin:
1760–70; journal + -ize

journalization, noun
journalizer, noun
unjournalized, adjective
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journalize or journalise (ˈdʒɜːnəˌlaɪz)
 
vb
to record (daily events) in a journal
 
journalise or journalise
 
vb
 
journali'zation or journalise
 
n
 
journali'sation or journalise
 
n
 
'journalizer or journalise
 
n
 
'journaliser or journalise
 
n

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Example sentences
If the court concurs with the terms of the settlement agreement, it shall approve and journalize the agreement.
In those cases, the clerk shall journalize the order and deliver that writ or order to the sheriff for execution.
With full agreement of the parties, the magistrate can journalize agreements, immediately after the mediation.
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