Definition of Alphabetisation

1. Noun. The act of putting in alphabetical order.

Exact synonyms: Alphabetization
Generic synonyms: Order, Ordering
Derivative terms: Alphabetize



Definition of Alphabetisation

1. Noun. The act or process of arranging in alphabetical order. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Alphabetisation

alphabetarians
alphabeted
alphabetic
alphabetic character
alphabetic script
alphabetic writing
alphabetical
alphabetical order
alphabetical orders
alphabeticalism
alphabetically
alphabetick
alphabetics
alphabetiform
alphabeting
alphabetisation (current term)
alphabetisations
alphabetise
alphabetised
alphabetiser
alphabetisers
alphabetises
alphabetising
alphabetism
alphabetisms
alphabetist
alphabetists
alphabetizable
alphabetization
alphabetizations

Literary usage of Alphabetisation

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1. Directory of Non-governmental Organisations Active in Sustainable Development by Centre de développement de l'OCDE (1998)
"ACTIVITES DE FORMATION, alphabetisation, the user can identify in which regions NOVIB undertakes this action. traduit par HUMAN RIGHTS, PEACE, CONFLICTS. ..."

2. Manual of Library Economy by James Duff Brown (1903)
"... the simple addition of a new page number to an already existing entry being all that is necessary. When the final alphabetisation is undertaken, ..."

3. The Library World (1902)
"The alphabetisation is not impeccable. Under Gosse (PH) "The Aquarium" is misplaced ; the same has happened with " Greet and Latin Literature" under "Greece ..."

4. How to Make an Index by Henry Benjamin Wheatley (1902)
"There is one piece of alphabetisation which the editor of the Post Office Directory has always adopted, and that is to place Upper and Lower under those ..."

5. Oecd Economic Surveys by Oecd (2003)
"1t would be even better to give parents a choice between French and German as the language of alphabetisation. Such a choice would match the importance of ..."

6. Manual of Library Cataloguing by John Henry Quinn (1899)
"alphabetisation AND ARRANGEMENT. 113.—ON the face of it, it seems a simple affair to arrange slips in alphabetical order-—"as easy as a, b, c"—but, ..."

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