Etymology
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tabulate (v.)

"to put into form of a table, collect or arrange in columns," 1734, from Latin tabula (see table (n.)) + -ate (2). Earlier in the more literal Latin sense "lay a floor" (1650s). Related: Tabulated; tabulating.

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Definitions of tabulate

tabulate (v.)
arrange or enter in tabular form;
Synonyms: table / tabularize / tabularise
tabulate (v.)
shape or cut with a flat surface;
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