formulate definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to mention as or reduce to a formula.
    • to convey in organized terms or principles.
    • To create or invent: formulate method.
    • to get ready relating to a specified formula.
    • to cut back to, or show in, a formula; to set up an obvious and definite as a type of statement or expression.
    • to mention as or decrease to a formula.
    • To express in organized terms or principles.
    • To create or invent: formulate method.
    • To prepare relating to a specified formula.
    • to lessen to, or show in, a formula; to include a definite and definite form of declaration or appearance.
    • to mention as or decrease to a formula.
    • to mention as or lower to a formula.
    • To express in systematic terms or concepts.
    • expressing in organized terms or principles.
    • To create or invent: formulate method.
    • To state as or lower to a formula.
    • to convey in organized terms or principles.
    • to get ready in accordance with a specified formula.
    • To develop or invent: formulate method.
    • To develop or invent: formulate method.
    • to cut back to, or express in, a formula; to put in an obvious and definite type of declaration or phrase.
    • to organize in accordance with a specified formula.
    • to mention as or reduce to a formula.
    • To reduce to, or express in, a formula; to include an obvious and definite kind of statement or expression.
    • to mention as or reduce to a formula.
    • to convey as or reduce to a formula.
    • To express in systematic terms or principles.
    • to state in systematic terms or concepts.
    • to state in systematic terms or ideas.
    • To devise or invent: formulate method.
    • to get ready according to a specified formula.
    • To reduce to, or express in, a formula; to put in an obvious and definite kind of statement or expression.
    • To state as or decrease to a formula.
    • expressing in organized terms or principles.
    • To devise or create: formulate strategy.
    • to mention as or reduce to a formula.
    • to mention as or decrease to a formula.
    • To state as or decrease to a formula.
    • To devise or create: formulate method.
    • to get ready in accordance with a specified formula.
    • to state in systematic terms or concepts.
    • to state in systematic terms or principles.
    • expressing in systematic terms or ideas.
    • to get ready in accordance with a specified formula.
    • To develop or create: formulate method.
    • To create or invent: formulate method.
    • to get ready based on a specified formula.
    • to get ready in accordance with a specified formula.
    • to cut back to, or show in, a formula; to include a definite and definite as a type of statement or appearance.
    • to cut back to, or express in, a formula; to include a definite and definite form of declaration or phrase.
    • To reduce to, or express in, a formula; to include an obvious and definite kind of statement or expression.
    • to mention as or lower to a formula.
    • To devise or invent: formulate method.
    • To create or invent: formulate strategy.
    • to get ready based on a specified formula.
    • To reduce to, or express in, a formula; to include an obvious and definite as a type of statement or expression.
    • To prepare based on a specified formula.
    • expressing in systematic terms or concepts.
    • to get ready in accordance with a specified formula.
    • To devise or invent: formulate strategy.
    • to cut back to, or show in, a formula; to include a definite and definite form of declaration or appearance.
    • to organize in accordance with a specified formula.
    • To reduce to, or show in, a formula; to put in a clear and definite type of declaration or expression.
    • to lessen to, or show in, a formula; to set up a definite and definite as a type of declaration or appearance.
    • to cut back to, or express in, a formula; to put in a definite and definite as a type of declaration or phrase.
  • verb:
    • To reduce to, or show in, a formula; to include an obvious and definite as a type of declaration or phrase.
    • come up with (an idea, program, description, principle, or concept) after a mental work
    • placed into terms or a manifestation
    • elaborate, as of ideas and hypotheses
    • prepare relating to a formula
    • to lessen to, or express in, a formula; to put in a clear and definite form of statement or expression.
    • produce (a notion, plan, description, principle, or principle) after a mental work
    • put into terms or a manifestation
    • fancy, by theories and hypotheses
    • prepare based on a formula
    • to lessen to, or show in, a formula; to set up a definite and definite type of statement or appearance.
    • to lessen to, or show in, a formula; to put in a clear and definite type of declaration or appearance.
    • come up with (an idea, program, description, principle, or principle) after a mental effort
    • put into terms or an expression
    • sophisticated, at the time of concepts and hypotheses
    • prepare according to a formula
    • to lessen to, or express in, a formula; to include an obvious and definite form of statement or appearance.
    • To reduce to, or express in, a formula; to set up a definite and definite form of declaration or appearance.
    • To reduce to, or express in, a formula; to put in a clear and definite form of statement or expression.
    • to cut back to, or express in, a formula; to put in an obvious and definite kind of declaration or expression.
    • produce (a thought, program, description, theory, or principle) after a mental effort
    • put in words or a manifestation
    • develop (a thought, plan, description, principle, or concept) after a mental effort
    • fancy, at the time of concepts and hypotheses
    • placed into terms or a manifestation
    • prepare relating to a formula
    • To reduce to, or express in, a formula; to include a clear and definite kind of statement or phrase.
    • elaborate, since concepts and hypotheses
    • prepare relating to a formula
    • develop (an idea, program, description, principle, or principle) after a mental work
    • develop (a thought, program, description, concept, or principle) after a mental energy
    • produce (an idea, program, explanation, theory, or principle) after a mental energy
    • put into words or an expression
    • put into terms or a manifestation
    • to lessen to, or show in, a formula; to include a clear and definite as a type of statement or phrase.
    • produce (a concept, program, description, principle, or principle) after a mental effort
    • put into words or a manifestation
    • To reduce to, or express in, a formula; to put in a clear and definite form of statement or expression.
    • fancy, by ideas and hypotheses
    • sophisticated, as of ideas and hypotheses
    • put in words or an expression
    • elaborate, since theories and hypotheses
    • to lessen to, or express in, a formula; to set up a definite and definite form of declaration or expression.
    • to lessen to, or express in, a formula; to set up a clear and definite as a type of declaration or phrase.
    • prepare based on a formula
    • fancy, as of ideas and hypotheses
    • prepare relating to a formula
    • prepare according to a formula
    • produce (an idea, program, explanation, theory, or concept) after a mental effort
    • prepare relating to a formula
    • put in words or an expression
    • develop (a thought, plan, description, theory, or concept) after a mental effort
    • fancy, by ideas and hypotheses
    • come up with (a concept, plan, description, concept, or concept) after a mental energy
    • produce (a thought, plan, explanation, concept, or principle) after a mental effort
    • put in words or a manifestation
    • put into terms or a manifestation
    • elaborate, by concepts and hypotheses
    • prepare according to a formula
    • put in terms or a manifestation
    • elaborate, since ideas and hypotheses
    • prepare in accordance with a formula
    • sophisticated, as of theories and hypotheses
    • prepare based on a formula
    • prepare based on a formula
  • others:
    • to lessen to or express in a formula; condition in a precise and comprehensive or systematic kind.
    • To reduce to or express in a formula; condition in a precise and comprehensive or organized type.
    • to cut back to or show in a formula; condition in an accurate and extensive or systematic form.
    • to lessen to or express in a formula; condition in a precise and extensive or organized type.
    • to cut back to or show in a formula; state in a precise and comprehensive or systematic form.
    • to cut back to or show in a formula; condition in an exact and comprehensive or systematic type.
    • To reduce to or express in a formula; state in a precise and extensive or systematic kind.
    • To reduce to or express in a formula; condition in an exact and comprehensive or systematic type.
    • To reduce to or express in a formula; state in a precise and comprehensive or systematic form.
    • To reduce to or express in a formula; condition in an accurate and extensive or systematic form.
    • To reduce to or show in a formula; condition in an exact and extensive or organized form.
    • to cut back to or express in a formula; condition in an accurate and extensive or organized type.
    • to cut back to or express in a formula; condition in an accurate and extensive or organized kind.

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