circularise
British variant of circularize

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  • circularise — (Brit.) v. distribute circulars or leaflets; cause to become greatly known (also circularize) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • circularise — / sɜ:kjυləraɪz/, circularize verb to send a circular to ● The committee has agreed to circularise the members of the society. ● They circularised all their customers with a new list of prices …   Marketing dictionary in english

  • circularise — / sɜ:kjυləraɪz/, circularize verb to send a circular to ● The committee has agreed to circularise the members of the society. ● They circularised all their customers with a new list of prices …   Dictionary of banking and finance

  • circularise — verb 1. canvass by distributing letters • Syn: ↑circularize • Derivationally related forms: ↑circularisation, ↑circular, ↑circularization (for: ↑circularize), ↑circular …   Useful english dictionary

  • circularise — UK [ˈsɜː(r)kjʊləraɪz] / US [ˈsɜrkjələˌraɪz] a British spelling of circularize …   English dictionary

  • circularise — /ˈsɜkjələraɪz/ (say serkyuhluhruyz) verb (t) (circularised, circularising) 1. to send circulars to. 2. to circulate (a letter, pamphlet, or the like). 3. to make circular. Also, circularize. –circularisation /sɜkjələraɪˈzeɪʃən/ (say serkyuhluhruy …   Australian English dictionary

  • circularised — circularise (Brit.) v. distribute circulars or leaflets; cause to become greatly known (also circularize) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • circularises — circularise (Brit.) v. distribute circulars or leaflets; cause to become greatly known (also circularize) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • circularising — circularise (Brit.) v. distribute circulars or leaflets; cause to become greatly known (also circularize) …   English contemporary dictionary

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