Mobilization

Mobilization,

Definition of Mobilization:

  1. Activating the contractor's physical and human resources to be transferred to the construction site until the contract is finalized.

  2. The task of a country or its government to prepare and organize troops for active service.

  3. Making a mobile or agile thing.

Synonyms of Mobilization

Restlessness, Call, Collection, Preparing, Clarion call, Conflux, Actuation, Inventory, Provision, Recruiting, Junction, Velocity, Drafting, Prearrangement, Makeready, Gathering, Move, Preliminary act, Press, Call-up, Ingathering, Rally, Exhortation, Motion, Levy, Planning, Rallying cry, Manufacture, Juxtaposition, Martial law, Clearing the decks, Briefing, Rodeo, Slogan, Gung ho, Preparation, Kinesis, Processing, Kinematics, Draft call, Groundwork, Combination, Moving, Propaedeutic, Muster, Arms race, Stir, Readying, Treatment, War cry, Garrison state, Prepping, Impressment, Catchword, Concurrence, Rebel yell, Collocation, Assemblage, Wartime footing, Call to arms, Movement, Arrangement, Trial, Census, Preliminary, Fixing, Basic training, Militarization, Kinesitherapy, Assembly, Preliminaries, Equipment, War footing, Enrollment, Clarion, Trumpet call, Compulsory military service, Prerequisite, War whoop, Preparatory study, Dynamics, Go for broke, Draft, Survey, Watchword, Preliminary step, Reactivation, Roundup, Recruitment, Canvass, Foundation, Making ready, Kinetics, Colligation, Bugle call, Activity, Activation, Remilitarization, Warm-up, Selective service, Familiarization, Conscription, Data-gathering, Concourse, Induction, Congregation, Going, Kinesipathy, Convergence, War clouds, Enlistment, Pretreatment, Comparison, Prep, Tryout, Motivation, Spadework, Running, Unrest, Stirring, Summons, Training, Confluence, Corralling

How to use Mobilization in a sentence?

  1. After the floods, construction workers organized a community mobilization to help rebuild the school principal's family home.
  2. Reliable construction contractors have demonstrated an exceptional ability to move on site.
  3. The mobilization of the army in 1941 brought 2,500,000 people to arms.
  4. After the floods, construction workers organized a community mobilization to help rebuild the school principal's family home.
  5. Shoulder collection can be continued within 10 days of injury.

Meaning of Mobilization & Mobilization Definition