axiomatize
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 axiomatise (mostly UK)
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axiomatize (thirdperson singular simple present axiomatizes, present participle axiomatizing, simple past and past participle axiomatized)
 To establish a set of axioms that describe or govern certain phenomena

1998, JeanPierre Marquis, “Book Review: Colin McLarty. Elementary Categories, Elementary Toposes.”^{[1]}, Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic, volume 39, number 3, page 441:
 For toposes were invented by Grothendieck in the sixties for specific purposes in algebraic geometry and algebraic topology. Later on, Lawvere and Tierney [11] axiomatized the notion of an elementary topos with the goal of providing an appropriate foundation for differential geometry.

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to establish a set of axioms that describe or govern certain phenomena

