Definition of Mobilise

1. Verb. Call to arms; of military personnel.

Exact synonyms: Call Up, Mobilize, Rally
Generic synonyms: Call, Send For
Derivative terms: Call Up, Mobilisation, Mobilisation, Mobilization, Rallying
Antonyms: Demobilize



2. Verb. Get ready for war.
Exact synonyms: Mobilize
Generic synonyms: Militarise, Militarize
Antonyms: Demobilise, Demobilize
Derivative terms: Mobilisation, Mobilization

3. Verb. Make ready for action or use. "Marshal resources"
Exact synonyms: Marshal, Mobilize, Summon
Generic synonyms: Collect, Garner, Gather, Pull Together
Derivative terms: Mobilisation, Mobilisation, Mobilization, Mobilization

4. Verb. Cause to move around. "Circulate a rumor"
Exact synonyms: Circulate, Mobilize
Causes: Move
Generic synonyms: Displace, Move
Derivative terms: Circulation, Circulation, Circulation

Definition of Mobilise

1. Verb. (transitive) To make something mobile. ¹

2. Verb. (transitive) To assemble troops and their equipment in a coordinated fashion so as to be ready for war. ¹

3. Verb. (intransitive) To become made ready for war. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Mobilise

1. to mobilize [v -LISED, -LISING, -LISES] - See also: mobilize

Medical Definition of Mobilise

1. 1. To liberate material stored in the body; more specifically, to move a substance from tissue stores into the bloodstream. 2. To excite quiescent material to physiologic activity. Origin: Fr. Mobiliser, to liberate, make ready, fr. L. Mobilis, movable (05 Mar 2000)

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Literary usage of Mobilise

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1. Diplomatic Documents Relating to the Outbreak of the European War by James Brown Scott (1916)
"He added that he feared that Austria would mobilise completely as a result of a partial Russian mobilisation, and this might cause as a counter-measure ..."

2. Proceedings of the Third Oecumenical Methodist Conference Held in City Road by Ecumenical Methodist Conference (1901)
"I, SMITH (Union American Methodist Episcopal Church) said: How to mobilise all the force of the whole Church? It was not the intent of the Divine mind that ..."

3. Leading Points in South African History, 1486 to March 30, 1900, Arranged by Edwin A. Pratt (1900)
"of another division of Her Majesty's Army, and I can assure you of this, that should the Prime Minister call upon us to mobilise a second Army Corps we are ..."

4. The Russian Collapse: A Politico-economic Essay by Boris Kadomtsev (1919)
"It was not their aim to mobilise the total military and economic resources for a long and wasteful war. Experience has brought the nations of the world to ..."

5. Official Development Assistance and Private Finance: Attracting Finance and by OECD Staff, Development Assistance Committee (2002)
"However, few developing countries are able to mobilise sufficient private (domestic and foreign) finance and investment to rise to this challenge. ..."

6. Key Issues for Transport Beyond 2000: Introductory Reports and Summary of by (Paris) European Conference of Ministers, Ecmt (2002)
"And if so, in what way should the contractor mobilise the capital required? Initially, it should be noted that DBO under any circumstances requires that the ..."

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