compartmentalise


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Synonyms for compartmentalise

separate into isolated compartments or categories

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I try not to compartmentalise things too much into years, but generally speaking, I'm happier than I've ever been in my life," thesun.
Compartmentalise - projects can be broken down into clearly-defined subsystems, that could be purchased separately.
You feel people are either for you, or against you, but it's not that black and white, so stop trying to compartmentalise them.
Strauss, though, stressed: "I think it's important to compartmentalise each form of the game and pick the best side to play in any given series.
However, Brown claims he was merely trying to compartmentalise the season in saying he would have been happy with 20 points from the first 10 games and 20 from the second.
Storage security solutions must provide the ability to cryptographically compartmentalise data on shared devices or networks, and customise access controls and security requirements for each 'vault.
A leader finds that the best way is to compartmentalise the issues, to isolate each of them and address it separately for some time until a breakthrough is achieved or at least some incremental progress is accomplished.
I compartmentalise the low-lying panic that builds up during the day and sometimes it'll come to a head and turn into a "bad day".
The company said that the offering is designed to 'help banks compartmentalise payments messaging, message transformation and payment processing, while providing insight.
People do tend to compartmentalise friendship groups though, and never the twain shall meet.
No matter, the control freaks like to compartmentalise the perceived problem thereby simplifying it for them and stereotyping our schools because it looks as if they are earning their enormous salaries, and it gives OFSTED a piece of elastic with which to accurately measure the immeasurable.
Some politicians seem to compartmentalise their views to protect themselves from their own hypocrisy.