• IPA: /ˈsɪstəməˌtaɪz/

systematize (systematizes, present participle systematizing; past and past participle systematized)

  1. To arrange into a systematic order.
    • 1845, David Hay (artist), The Principles of Beauty in Colouring Systematized, Blackwood (publishing house), page 48 ↗,
      And it will be observed, that the intermediate kinds now, for the first time, systematized, are the most refined, and more closely resemble those which constitute the beauty of pictorial colouring.
    • 2003, Sarah Jordan, The Anxieties of Idleness: Idleness in Eighteenth-century British Literature and Culture, Bucknell University Press, page 123 ↗,
      THE EUROPEAN EIGHTEENTH CENTURY SAW THE ESTABLISHMENT AND expansion of two important and interlinked entities: the British Empire and the systematizing of nature.
    • 2012, Mike Michalowicz, The Pumpkin Plan: A Simple Strategy to Grow a Remarkable Business in Any Field, Penguin Random House (Portfolio), page 46 ↗,
      To get to your sweet spot, you also have to take into account your ability to systematize every aspect of your business. You may think (like Eric) that your industry is too unique or nuanced to systematize, but that's not the case.
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