to bring things or people together and prepare them for action, especially to fight
to mobilise capital
to collect capital to support something
to mobilise resources to defend a takeover bid
to get the support of shareholders, etc., to stop a company being taken over

Use mobilise in a sentence

You may want to try and mobilise your company so that it is ready to make any move that it needs to make.

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They had to mobilise their workers so they could move forward and work together better as a cohesive and good team.

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The board was quick to mobilise when the news of the takeover bid was announced, with chief officers and accounting teams working closely together.

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