verb (used with object), an·a·lyzed, an·a·lyz·ing.
Origin of analyze
Examples from the Web for analyze
Caddy Shack, Stripes, Ghostbusters, Groundhog Day and Analyze This affirm it.How Harold Ramis Invented Baby Boom Comedy With ‘Animal House’|P. J. O’Rourke|February 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Ramis made a lot of funny movies, including Animal House, Ghostbusters, Caddyshack, and Analyze This.
At the Analyze This press junket, a writer told the director that his niche had become “goofy redemption comedy.”
Analyze what the movie is calling for—not requiring, calling for.Meet Alexandre Desplat, Hollywood’s Master Composer|Andrew Romano|February 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Analyze the organization of a group from the standpoint of the four wishes.
Analyze her whole performance on the continent and a definite cause of the World War is discovered.An African Adventure|Isaac F. Marcosson
Analyze this unequivocal admission of the validity of the objection.Certain Success|Norval A. Hawkins
Analyze it; and perhaps you will find yourself involuntarily thinking of death.The Life and Letters of Lafcadio Hearn, Volume 2|Elizabeth Bisland
Analyze a selected case where the opinion of the group as a whole is different from the opinion of its members as individuals.
Word Origin and History for analyze
c.1600, "to dissect," from French analyser, from analyse (see analysis). Literature sense is attested from 1610s; meaning in chemistry dates from 1660s. General sense of "to examine closely" dates from 1809; psychological sense is from 1909. Related: Analyzed; analyzing.