To arrange in tabular form; condense and list.(verb-transitive)
To cut or form with a plane surface.(verb-transitive)
Having a plane surface.(adjective)
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Use "tabulate" in a sentence
"In Bluespec, Lennart needed to introduce a 'tabulate' function which produces a table-driven implementation of its function argument."
"Lennart then explored using 'tabulate' directly in Haskell, but found it next to impossible to get the GHC simplifier to do enough transformation."
"Still, when you tabulate the net effect of all of Richmond's additions and subtractions, the tally leaves you contentedly in the plus column."