formulated, past participle; formulated, past tense; formulates, 3rd person singular present; formulating, present participle;
Create or devise methodically (a strategy or a proposal)
economists and statisticians were needed to help formulate economic policy
Express (an idea) in a concise or systematic way
the argument is sufficiently clear that it can be formulated mathematically
explicate: elaborate, as of theories and hypotheses; "Could you develop the ideas in your thesis"
invent: come up with (an idea, plan, explanation, theory, or principle) after a mental effort; "excogitate a way to measure the speed of light"
give voice: put into words or an expression; "He formulated his concerns to the board of trustees"
prepare according to a formula
(formulated) devised; developed according to an orderly plan; "he had well formulated opinions on schooling"
(formulation) conceptualization: inventing or contriving an idea or explanation and formulating it mentally
(Formulation (decision analysis)) A decision method is an axiomatic system that contains at least one action axiom.
(Formulation (logic)) Logic forms are simple, first-order logic knowledge representations of natural language sentences formed by the conjunction of concept predicates related through shared arguments. ...
To reduce to, or express in, a formula; to put in a clear and definite form of statement or expression
(formulating) the next step (213): planning
(FORMULATION) Kinds and proportions of ingredients for a mix, together with the method of incorporation. Also called recipe.
(Formulation) a product that is a mixture of other chemical components using carefully defined proportions and processes. Examples include some drugs, many foods, cosmetics, and paints.
(formulation) The method and process of selecting the components of a mixture; the product of such a process; the form in which a drug is given to patients (tablets or injections, for example); developed in concert with a drug delivery system and tar-geting mechanism needed to get the active ...
(Formulation) Pesticide product as sold, usually a mixture of active and inert ingredients.
(Formulation) The physical form in which a drug is administered. Examplesinclude tablets, capsules, liquids, topical creams and ointments, and injectable solutions. A single drug may be available in multiple formulations.
(formulation) a list of the ingredients used in the manufacture of a dosage form and a statement of the quantity of each ingredient in a defined weight, volume, unit or batch
(FORMULATION) A mixture containing the active pesticide, the carrier, diluents, and other additives required to make the material ready for application.
(Formulation) 1) a combination of ingredients before processing or made into a finished product. Also used as a synonym for a material, compound. 2) a selection of components of a product formula or mixture to produce optimum specific properties for the end-use desired.
(Formulation) Determination of the specific ingredients and their respective amounts that will be included in a sausage product.
(Formulation) Is the form of the product, after manufacture, which is purchased for use. Examples of different formulations include wettable powder, dusts and emulsifiable concentrates. Formulation may also refer to the actual process of manufacturing a pesticide.
(Formulation) Repeatedly and easily reproduce any recipe of ingredients you need. The balance will ask you to add each ingredient that you identified in the correct amounts, and will track and document the results upon completion. Results can be printed or sent to a computer.
(Formulation) The activity of articu-lating a strategy.
(Formulation) The composition of a dosage form, including the characteristics of its raw materials and the operations required to process it.
(Formulation) The dosage form of a drug such as tablet, capsule, injection, which is made to deliver the drug substance to the body.