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See also: mobilisé
- (transitive) To make something mobile.
- (transitive) To assemble troops and their equipment in a coordinated fashion so as to be ready for war.
- (intransitive) To become made ready for war.
- 1964 March, “News and Comment: Whitby closure in October?”, in Modern Railways, page 158:
- All Whitby is mobilising against the economy plan, alleging that loss of railway facilities would turn the port into a "ghost town"; [...].
- 2020 April 8, Howard Johnston, “East-ended? When the ECML was at risk”, in Rail, page 69:
- And there were justified fears for the future of the Swanage branch, although enthusiasts were already mobilising themselves to take it over.
- (US) mobilize
- (make something mobile): stabilise, fix
- (assemble troops and equipments to be ready for war): demobilise
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
to arrange or organise people or resources to achieve a particular purpose