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analyze
1. To examine in detail
2. To make a mathematical analysis of.
summarize
To make a summary of; restate briefly.
memorize
To commit to memory; learn by heart.
alphabetize
To arrange in alphabetical order.
generalize
To make a general statement about a broad subject.
visualize
To form a mental image or vision of.
devise
To form or arrange in the mind; plan; invent; contrive.
compromise
To yield or make adjustments in certain demands, principles, details, etc.; settle by taking the middle way between extreme.
utilize
To use for a certain purpose.
capitalize
To begin a word with a capital letter.
penalize
To subject to a penalty, as for an offense or an infringement of a rule.
paralyze
1. To affect with paralysis; make unable to feel or move. 2. To make helpless or motionless. 3. To block the normal functioning of; bring to a standstill.
despise
To regard with contempt or scorn.
harmonize
1. To sing or play in harmony. 2. To be in or bring into agreement or harmony; be or make harmonious.
merchandise
Things that may be bought or sold; commerical goods.
sterilize
To make free from bacteria or germs.
legalize
To make legal.
authorize
To grant authority or power to.
improvise
To invent or compose without preparation.
specialize
To focus on a special study, activity, or product.
symbolize
To be or serve as a symbol of or for.
maximize
To make as great or large as possible; increase to a maximum.
minimize
To reduce to the smallest possible amount, extent, size, or degree.
surmise
To conclude on slight evidence; suppose; guess.
comprise
To consist of; be composed of; include.