Definition of Computerise

1. Verb. Provide with computers. "Our office is fully computerized now"

Exact synonyms: Computerize
Generic synonyms: Furnish, Provide, Render, Supply
Derivative terms: Computer, Computer



2. Verb. Store in a computer. "Computerized dictionary"
Exact synonyms: Computerize
Generic synonyms: Hive Away, Lay In, Put In, Salt Away, Stack Away, Stash Away, Store
Derivative terms: Computer, Computer

3. Verb. Control a function, process, or creation by a computer. "Cybernate a factory"
Exact synonyms: Computerize, Cybernate
Category relationships: Computer Science, Computing
Generic synonyms: Put To Work, Work
Derivative terms: Computer, Computer, Computer, Computerization, Cybernation

Definition of Computerise

1. Verb. (chiefly British) (alternative spelling of computerize) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Computerise

1. [v -ISED, -ISING, -ISES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Computerise

computer virus
computer viruses
computer vision
computer vision syndrome
computeracy
computerate
computerbased
computercide
computerdom
computerdoms
computerese
computereses
computeresque
computerisation
computerisations
computerise (current term)
computerised
computerised axial tomography
computerised tomography
computerises
computerising
computerism
computerist
computeristic
computerists
computeritis
computerizability
computerizable
computerization
computerizations

Literary usage of Computerise

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Korea by Oecd (1998)
"... students attain basic computer literacy, support the application of computer-assisted instruction in school, and computerise school administrations. ..."

2. Agricultural Policies in OECD Countries: Monitoring and Evaluation 2005 by OECD Staff (2005)
"Administrative developments to computerise the management of the main support programmes have the potential to reduce their administrative costs and assist ..."

3. Causes of International Migration: Proceedings of a Workshop Luxembourg, 14 edited by Bob Vandererf, Liesbeth Heering (1996)
"NAR works on a purely manual basis, counting each figure, and has no capacity to process data. The agency lacks both computers and skills to computerise the ..."

4. Governance of Innovation Systems: Case Studies in Cross-Sectoral Policy by OECD Staff (2005)
"Instead, the innovation policy issue of fostering a domestic electronic industry became an important issue along with an initiative to computerise schools. ..."

5. Guaranteed Electronic Markets: The Backbone of a 21st Century Economy? by Wingham Rowan (1997)
"... buttressing the ‘governments have no place here' camp in the computer industry is a string of disasters in recent years among attempts to computerise ..."

6. The Employee Mutual: combining flexibility with security in the new world of by Charles Leadbeater, Stephen Martin (1998)
"Many credit unions are merging in order to computerise and maintain a small paid staff. For the EM to offer a recruitment service to local employers it will ..."

7. Long-Term Prospects for the World Economy by OECD Staff (1992)
"In the case of services, the results of recent efforts to computerise many operations often have been disappointing, although some industries have shown ..."

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