mobilization definition

  • noun:
    • The act of mobilizing
    • The marshalling of troops and national resources when preparing for war.
    • the method through which the armed forces of a nation tend to be brought to a situation of preparedness for a conflict.
    • The softening of stone in a way that geochemical migration can take location
    • The transport of a copy of a gene from a single chromosome, or one organism to a different
    • The work of mobilizing.
    • Milit., the work of mobilizing or investing in ability for solution; the work of putting a body of troops on a war ground: because, the mobilization of an army or a corps by mustering its users and arranging, equipping, and providing it for energetic functions. Additionally spelled mobilisation.
    • The act or process of rendering mobile or movable: because, the mobilization of a stiff joint.
    • act of marshaling and arranging and making prepared to be used or action
    • act of assembling and placing into readiness for war or other crisis:

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