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English definition of “diarize”

diarize

verb [I or T] informal (UK also diarise)
 
 
/ˈdaɪəraɪz/
to write down your future arrangements, meetings, etc. in a diary: Can we diarize a weekly conference call? To manage your workload, you need to plan ahead and diarize.
to record in a diary events that have happened during a period of time: It will help if you diarise any problems you encounter during the project.
(Definition of diarize from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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