diarize

diarize UK US INFORMAL (UK ALSO diarise) /ˈdaɪəraɪz/ verb [I or T]
to write down your future arrangements, meetings, etc. in a diary: »

Can we diarize a weekly conference call?

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To manage your workload, you need to plan ahead and diarize.

to record in a diary events that have happened during a period of time: »

It will help if you diarise any problems you encounter during the project.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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  • diarize — 1842; see DIARY (Cf. diary) + IZE (Cf. ize) …   Etymology dictionary

  • diarize — (Amer.) di·a·rize || daɪəraɪz v. keep a diary (also diarise) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • diarize — verb To record (events) in a diary …   Wiktionary

  • diarize — or diarise verb Brit. note (an appointment) in a diary. ↘archaic keep a record of events in a diary …   English new terms dictionary

  • diarize — di·a·rize …   English syllables

  • diarize — v. (also ise) 1 intr. keep a diary. 2 tr. enter in a diary …   Useful english dictionary

  • diarized — diarize (Amer.) di·a·rize || daɪəraɪz v. keep a diary (also diarise) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • diarizes — diarize (Amer.) di·a·rize || daɪəraɪz v. keep a diary (also diarise) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • diarizing — diarize (Amer.) di·a·rize || daɪəraɪz v. keep a diary (also diarise) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • diarise — diarize or diarise /dīˈe riz/ transitive verb To enter in a diary intransitive verb To keep a diary • • • Main Entry: ↑diary …   Useful english dictionary

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