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index classify, constitute (compose)

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  • classify — I verb allocate, allot, analyze, apportion, arrange, assort, brand, break down, catalogue, categorize, class, classify as, codify, collocate, coordinate, correlate, dispose, distinguish, distribute, divide, file, form into classes, grade, group,… …   Law dictionary

  • classify — v. 1) (D; tr.) to classify according to (the children were classified according to age) 2) (U; tr.) to classify among, with 3) (D; tr.) to classify as (she was classified as fit for service) 4) (D; tr.) to classify by (to classify books by… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • classify — clas‧si‧fy [ˈklæsfaɪ] verb classified PTandPP [transitive] to state officially that something belongs to a particular group or type: classify something as something • a substance that is officially classified as hazardous * * * classify UK US… …   Financial and business terms

  • as — 1. problems with as…as… In this common construction, the first as is an adverb, and the second is either a preposition or a conjunction. a) When no verb follows, e.g. as good as we / as good as us, there is no problem with nouns after as because… …   Modern English usage

  • classify — [v] categorize allocate, allot, alphabetize, analyze, arrange, assort, brand, break down, button down*, catalogue, class, codify, collocate, coordinate, correlate, dispose, distinguish, distribute, divide, docket, embody, file, grade, group,… …   New thesaurus

  • classify — ► VERB (classifies, classified) 1) arrange (a group) in classes according to shared characteristics. 2) assign to a particular class or category. 3) designate (documents or information) as officially secret. DERIVATIVES classifiable adjective… …   English terms dictionary

  • as|sort — «uh SRT», transitive verb. 1. to arrange by kinds; distribute into groups by sorts; sort out; classify: »He assorted the books alphabetically. SYNONYM(S): arrange. 2. to furnish with various sorts: »The grocer assorts his stock to meet the varied …   Useful english dictionary

  • classify — 01. The band s music can t really be [classified]; it s both jazz and rock, with a little bit of folk thrown in the mix. 02. The government has announced plans to [classify] videos so that parents will know if a film is okay for young viewers. 03 …   Grammatical examples in English

  • classify */*/ — UK [ˈklæsɪfaɪ] / US [ˈklæsɪˌfaɪ] verb [transitive] Word forms classify : present tense I/you/we/they classify he/she/it classifies present participle classifying past tense classified past participle classified 1) a) to put people or things into… …   English dictionary

  • classify — clas|si|fy [ˈklæsıfaı] v past tense and past participle classified present participle classifying third person singular classifies [T] 1.) to decide what group something belongs to →↑classification classify sth as/under sth ▪ In law, beer is… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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