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categorizeverb [T]

(UK usually categorise) uk   /ˈkæt.ə.ɡər.aɪz/  us   /ˈkæt̬.ə.ɡə.raɪz/
categorization
noun [U] (UK usually categorisation) uk   /ˌkæt.ə.ɡər.aɪˈzeɪ.ʃən/  us   /ˌkæt̬.ə.ɡə.raɪ-/
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categorizeverb [T]

( UK also categorise) uk   us   /ˈkætəɡəraɪz/
to put ​people or things into ​groups of ​people or things that have the same ​features: categorize sb/sth as sth You can categorize your company's ​strategy as a ​reactor, defender, analyzer, or ​prospector.categorize sth into sth The Trade Reform Programme can be categorized into six ​majorareas of ​activity.be categorized by sth The view that ​people are best categorized by their ​socioeconomicstatus has never been popular in the United ​States.
categorization
noun [C or U] ( UK also categorisation) /ˌkætəɡəraɪˈzeɪʃən/  us /ˌkæṱəɡəraɪ-/
These are categorizations used in ​economicstatistics. Is the ​government going to embrace racial categorization of ​citizens, or ​reject it and ​treat Americans equally under the ​law?
(Definition of categorize from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “categorize”
in Arabic يُصنّف…
in Korean 분류하다…
in Portuguese classificar, categorizar…
in Catalan classificar…
in Japanese ~を分類する…
in Chinese (Simplified) 对…进行分类,将…归类…
in Turkish gruplara ayırmak, sınıflandırmak…
in Russian классифицировать…
in Chinese (Traditional) 對…進行分類,將…歸類…
in Italian classificare…
in Polish klasyfikować…
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