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  • v. To make operational.
  • v. To define (a concept) in such a way that it can be practically measured.


from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

From operational +‎ -ize.


  • I now thought about how we could test the hypothesis experimentally, the scientific term operationalize.

    The Sacred Promise

  • Speaking to a gathering of experts, officials and journalists, Judeh said there needs to be an effort to "operationalize" the initiative - to put forward concrete steps toward peace that might require new tactics.

    Jordanian Foreign Minister Visits Washington to Discuss Middle East Peace Process

  • Ban Ki-Moon announced his intention to upgrade the Office of Special Advisor on Genocide and to 'operationalize' the September 15th 2005 "Responsibility To Protect" edict.

    Jane Wells: Ban Ki-Moon Speaks on Genocide Without Mentioning Darfur

  • And Shackle did the most to "operationalize" or at least evangelize the brilliance of Keynes' work on this subject.

    Roger Koppl - The Austrian Economists

  • To "operationalize" the new public media, Goodman says that government-funded journalism must be connected together over the Internet so that "non-commercial" journalists can easily access the public.

    Information Liberation

  • Central Command (CENTCOM), said that he has striven to "operationalize" U.S.


  • Also, learn a few tips on how to "operationalize" that SIEM purchase you've made.

    Security Bloggers Network

  • "The resources who negotiated the agreement are not the same people who 'operationalize' it."

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  • The House wanted to spend $485 million to "operationalize" five helicopters that are already mostly built.

    Army Times - News

  • By enabling our customers to better "operationalize" their VMware environments, we will be helping them to anticipate, plan for, and easily respond to any issues that come their way.

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