What does rationalising mean?

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  1. present participle of rationalise
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He is scheduled to be the next chairman of the council and, although he does not want to count his chickens before they are hatched, is rationalising his commitments.
However, progress had been more limited in improving the efficiency of the public administration, and in rationalising the health care and education systems.
I don't care about rationalising denominators with surds in them, and I don't care that by using maths induction you can prove many equations to be right or wrong.
Since then Murphy and his team have been engaged in the acrimonious process of rationalising the troubled food group.
It is glib and empty rationalising, which taken literally would imply that nastiness is a prerequisite for success.
Hurt by a downturn in the print industry, Wyndeham has been rationalising its business units to improve efficiency.

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