-ation, -ization (-iz[e] + -ation); -isation (British spelling variation)
(Greek > Latin: a suffix; action, act, process, state, or condition; or result of doing something)
Although there are over 1,450 word entries ending with -ation or -ization listed in this unit, there are certainly many more which exist in the English language. At any rate, this unit provides a significant number of -ation and -ization examples for you to see.
2. A revolution or circular movement.
3. The turning of a limb of the body in its socket.
2. Sailing all the way around something.
3. Moving around something in order to avoid hitting it.
4. A satellite or small body in orbit around a larger body; such as, the earth or another celestial body.
Two examples of circumnavigation on the earth and in outer space.
2. The state of being whirled around.
An example of circumrotation is displayed with this construction equipment.
2. A quotation from an authoritative source that is used to support an idea or an argument or something mentioned as proof for a reason why something has happened: Robert quoted words taken from a citation of a particular writer's publication to establish what he was suggesting had the support of a professional.
3. A reference to a previous decision by a court or legal authority, specifying precisely where it is documented: Carol presented a citation which was officially mentioned in a court of law for someone to officially appear on a specific day.
2. Well-developed and organized cultures: The history class is studying the ancient Egyptian civilization and then they will take a look at the Greek civilization.
3. A place where things are modern and there is electricity, hot water, and other conveniences: Max had enough camping with his family and he wanted to get back to civilization and his computer games and social contacts.
2. In medicine, the clotting of blood or the process by which the blood clots to form solid masses.
Tissue can also be subjected to coagulation by various means, as by electrocoagulation (coagulation [clotting] of tissue using a high-frequency electrical current applied locally with a metal instrument or needle with the aim of stopping bleeding); laser coagulation (produces light in the visible green wavelength that is selectively absorbed by hemoglobin, the pigment in red blood cells, in order to seal off bleeding blood vessels); or photocoagulation (coagulation [clotting] of tissue using a laser which produces light in the visible green wavelength that is selectively absorbed by hemoglobin, the pigment in red blood cells, in order to seal off bleeding blood vessels).
2. The connection of bones to form joints.
2. The systematic arrangement of laws, rules, etc.
3. One of the forms of systematization of laws and other legislative instruments regulating some field of social relations.
4. The collection of the principles of a system of law into one body or organization.
5. The act, process, or result of stating the rules and principles that are applicable in a given legal order to one or more broad areas of life in this form of a code.
2. A careful and serious mental reflection about something: David applied all of his cogitation and energy, contemplating what topic he should take for the next term paper in his science class at school.
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2. An additional name or epithet bestowed on individuals, as Africanus, Cunctator (in later Latin called agnomen).
3. A surname or family name.
4. A nickname or name that describes someone, e.g., “Billy the Kid”.