- v. British alternative spelling of categorize.
- v. place into or assign to a category
- category + -ise (Wiktionary)
“You might say "categorise" in Britain and I think you'd definitely say "categorize" in the USA, but Canada can swing both ways.”
“The research showed that babies who heard words were better able to 'categorise' pictures than those who simply heard tones.”
“The research showed that babies who heard words were better able to "categorise" pictures than those who simply heard tones.”
“They're difficult to categorise which is FINE but pretty much rules them out of being 'pop' instantaneously really ...”
“I never bothered using flags purely because there was no way for me to 'categorise' them, instead i created more clipping bins and clipped those articles to there.”
“You can review the list at any time and apply tags to the types of sites you visit to categorise them as work, research, personal, games, email or any other category that will help you visualise what constitutes your browsing time.”
“He wondered how we'd categorise a "lesbian, time-travel, rural tragedy".”
“Really, it's a pretty straightforward app which lets you input a sum of money you've spent and categorise it from a drop-down menu.”
“Yet however we categorise or differentiate the forms of negativity employed, the underlying revelation (if it can be described at all as such) is that the Labour Party (on both sides of Offa's Dyke) is unable to conduct a campaign based on ideas and public aspirations.”
“Hamilton usually features some military action in his books, but not enough to categorise the books as military SF.”
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