English words and Examples of Usage

use "classify" in a sentence

In fact, EU member states can't even agree on who to classify as a refugee.

Humans like to classify things, we often do this subconsciously, to save cognitive effort.

Investigators are waiting on lab results to know whether to classify the death as a homicide.

Doan says science needs to classify different kinds of media based on what he calls "digital potency."

A note to users about commenting changes Do you think scientists should re-classify Pluto as a planet?

Yeah, adding ""I don't want to classify myself."

The government has announced plans to classify videos so that parents will know if a film is okay for young viewers.

Discussion question: Would you classify the society of your country as hierarchical? Explain.

We will classify igneous rocks on the basis of texture and composition.

In woodworking, we classify wood as hardwood, softwood or exotic wood.

Let's classify the names of the students alphabetically.

It was Aristotle who first recognized that the most practical way to classify animals was to group them according to their anatomy or their closeness of form and structure.

Scientists classify light according to two main physical properties: wavelength and intensity.

Find someone who enjoys classical music. classify

Scientists classify light according to two main physical properties: wavelength and intensity.

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