compartmentalise compartmentalise


  • (v) separate into isolated compartments or categories



  1. "I think it's important to compartmentalise each form of the game and pick the best side to play in any given series," said Strauss.
    on May 22, 2009 By: Andrew Strauss Source: Irish Independent

  2. "But as a leader you have to be able to compartmentalise to survive - and he did that with a single-mindedness and purpose that will now be a benchmark for him to measure himself by in the future," Waugh said.
    on Aug 17, 2005 By: Steve Waugh Source: ABC Online

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