to arrange in categories or classes; classify.
to describe by labeling or giving a name to; characterize.
The way Trainor talks can best be categorized as a cultural hodgepodge.
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In reality, Miral cannot be categorized in simplistic terms like “pro-Palestinian” or “anti-Israel.”
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Among these is a revision of how personality disorders are categorized and diagnosed, and HPD is on the chopping block.
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Deitch himself has categorized his role at the gallery as, “in a way running my own private institute of contemporary art.”
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Foods, wines are categorized as “digest” or “pas digest,” as in easy or difficult to digest.
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More than 480,000 contractors held top-secret credentials, while another 135,000 were categorized as “other.”
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Its manifestations will be categorized by two numerical scales of severity that aim to locate each individual on the continuum.
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The dozens of agents usually are categorized into four main groups, based on the effects they have on the body.
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He had inoculated him with the seeds of immortality, giving him a chance to help right the wrongs of this categorized world.
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Can levels of Shock and Awe be categorized by effectiveness and priority of weapons systems?
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(transitive) to place in a category; classify
1705, from category + -ize. Related: Categorized; categorizing.
to arrange in categories or classes; classify. to describe by labeling or giving a name to; characterize. verb (transitive) to place in a category; classify v. 1705, from category + -ize. Related: Categorized; categorizing.
any general or comprehensive division; a class. a classificatory division in any field of knowledge, as a phylum or any of its subdivisions in biology. Metaphysics. (in Aristotelian philosophy) any of the fundamental modes of existence, such as substance, quality, and quantity, as determined by analysis of the different possible kinds of predication. (in Kantian […]
- Category 3
category 3 hardware (Cat 3, or “voice grade”) An American Standards Institute standard for UTP cables. Used, e.g., for 100BaseVG network cabling. (1998-06-30)
- Category a
adjective (Brit) (of a prisoner) regarded as highly dangerous and therefore requiring constant observation and maximum security (of a prison or prison unit) designed for such prisoners