deviseverb [ T ]uk /dɪˈvaɪz/ us /dɪˈvaɪz/
- Clinton and Zedillo ordered their respective Cabinets to devise a common counter-drug strategy.
- We need to devise some sort of system whereby people can liaise with each other.
- The umbrella was ingeniously devised to fold up into your pocket.
- The scheme is devised for young people in the 15 - 20 age band.
- The company has also devised a computer program that enables people to design their own homes.
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