Definition of methodize in English:

methodize

Line breaks: meth¦od|ize
Pronunciation: /ˈmɛθədʌɪz
 
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(also methodise)

verb

[with object] rare
Arrange in an orderly or systematic manner: methodize the London collections and there will be no need for a special tier of administrators
More example sentences
  • The sample is large and detailed enough to need methodized access, a challenge met by technology.
  • The present article methodizes the approach to the ecological urban planning and it is one of the there are too.
  • Note that it will still only methodized the public static fields of the class.

Derivatives

methodization

noun
More example sentences
  • My wish is that someone, somewhere, in these times of marketeers, methodisers, playlisters, whatever, can step up to do the same.
  • The poet Wallace Stevens puts the case well: ‘…imagination is the power that enables us to perceive the normal in the abnormal, the opposite of chaos in chaos… reason is simply the methodizer of the imagination.’

methodizer

noun

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