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systematize

[sis-tuh-muh-tahyz] /ˈsɪs tə məˌtaɪz/
verb (used with object), systematized, systematizing.
1.
to arrange in or according to a system; reduce to a system; make systematic.
Also, systemize; especially British, systematise.
Origin of systematize
1755-1765
1755-65; < Greek systēmat- (stem of sýstēma) system + -ize
Related forms
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
Synonyms
organize, order, articulate.
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  • To the college student life is not classified and systematized to a nicety.

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  • The industry has been systematized and consolidated by a few captains of industry.

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  • Were they not systematized, they could not be at all, except sporadically and without sustenance.

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  • In this work he systematized many of the opinions of Montaigne.

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  • Such an instrument may be compared to a systematized "mental test."

  • The relief work has been so systematized that there is no danger of any confusion.

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  • systematized instruction in the practice of all military exercises.

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  • The Republican and Communist power augments in its systematized order.

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  • It is the first book which has systematized the subject of animal breeding.

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  • This is part of a systematized relationship between the two.

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British Dictionary definitions for systematized

systematize

/ˈsɪstɪməˌtaɪz/
verb
1.
(transitive) to arrange in a system
Derived Forms
systematization, systematisation, systemization, systemisation, noun
systematizer, systematiser, systemizer, systemiser, noun
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Word Origin and History for systematized

systematize

v.

1760s, from system (Greek stem systemat-) + -ize. Related: Systematized; systematizing.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
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