tabulate

[ verb tab-yuh-leyt; adjective tab-yuh-lit, -leyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF tabulate
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TABULATE

I have worked it out since writing my letter, and tabulate the whole.

Let us tabulate the facts and the modes of accounting for them.

Ive never attempted to tabulate them, but it would not be a difficult task.

We will tabulate them, so they will leave their proper impression.

The trouble with too many library experiments is that the experimenters never seem to follow them up and tabulate their results.

By far the best way is to tabulate the results once for all, as I have there done.

This is so remarkable that it is worth while to tabulate these percentages again.

It is the part of Reason, on my hypothesis, to tabulate and compare results.

Much of the work accomplished in a Chinese mission school, is impossible to tabulate.

It may be interesting to tabulate the relative tide-producing powers of the planets on the sun.

WORD ORIGIN

1734, "to put into form of a table," from Latin tabula (see table (n.)) + -ate (2). Related: Tabulated; tabulating.

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