call up, mobilize, mobilise, rally(verb)
call to arms; of military personnel
get ready for war
mobilize, mobilise, marshal, summon(verb)
make ready for action or use
mobilize, mobilise, circulate(verb)
cause to move around
"circulate a rumor"
To make something mobile.
To assemble troops and their equipment in a coordinated fashion so as to be ready for war.
To become made ready for war.
The numerical value of mobilise in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of mobilise in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
The time has come to mobilise the European Union so that there is no delay in the ratification of the Paris Accord.
As a China biotech (company) we have the advantage of knowing policy, understanding the environment and being able to mobilise resources to get things done.
If at night, (opposition leaders) are together with the men in power, and during the day, they pretend to be opponents, (young people) are not going to mobilise.
It will aim to mobilise the sum of 4,425 billion francs for public investments planned for the period of 2016-2020, this is part expected from external partners.
We've told the Greek authorities that if it was a natural disaster, there would be mobilisation of other assets including from the ministry of defence, so let's call it a civil protection emergency, let's mobilise those assets, because they have plans for that sort of natural disaster.
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Translations for mobilise
From our Multilingual Translation Dictionary
- mobilitzarCatalan, Valencian
- mobilmachen, mobilisierenGerman
- panna liikkeelle, mobilisoida, panna liikekannalleFinnish
- мобилизова́ть, [[сде́лать]] [[подвижный, мобилизо́вывать, [[де́лать]] [[подвижный, мобилизова́тьсяRussian
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