catalyse : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v change by catalysis or cause to catalyze
- One program can resonate deeply with one individual, or catalyse a change in perspective of one's own life circumstances by understanding someone else's struggles and triumphs.
- David Miliband in Reuters.uk
Environment Secretary David Miliband said that while Britain welcomed the 20 percent cut, it should be seen as a "springboard to catalyse the more ambitious international action necessary to avoid dangerous climate change."
- S Ramadorai in Indian Muslims
If India has to increase its share in the global market across verticals, top priority should be given to foster an eco-system for breeding innovation through greater public-private partnerships and catalyse the domestic market development,...
- Lawrence Summers in Business Spectator
Government capital is a last resort, and wherever possible, we want to catalyse the private sector to take responsibility for a situation that in many ways was created in the private sector,Summers said on CNN.