Definition of 'mobilize'
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He needs to be able to mobilize the resources of the bank worldwide for their needs. MANAGEMENT: task, responsibilities, practices (1974)The colonists themselves were able to mobilize support for their cause through their militia. The British way in Warfare - 1688-2000 (1990)Let me give just one recent illustration of how the civil religion serves to mobilize support for the attainment of national goals. Sociology and Religion: A Collection of Readings (1995)Increasingly, parties no longer mobilize for action. MANAGING IN TURBULENT TIMES (1980)In the second stage the Allies would mobilize their own resources. The British way in Warfare - 1688-2000 (1990)And when those efforts begin to produce results, the innovator has to be ready to mobilize resources massively. THE ESSENTIAL DRUCKER (2001)They do not determine the future; they are means to mobilize the resources and energies of the business for the making of the future. THE ESSENTIAL DRUCKER (2001)It meant that the war would not be over quickly and that Britain would have to mobilize her resources more fully if she were to survive. The British way in Warfare - 1688-2000 (1990)We did it for our son and to mobilize public opinion... We did have little time for ourselves during those weeks. Why am I Afraid to Grieve (1994)
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British English: mobilize VERB
If you mobilize support or mobilize people to do something, you succeed in encouraging people to take action, especially political action. If people mobilize, they prepare to take action.
The best hope is that we will mobilize international support and get down to action.
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