To make random in arrangement, especially in order to control the variables in an experiment.(verb-transitive)
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Use "randomize" in a sentence
"· Use the Group Allocator to allocate ( "randomize") subjects to treatment groups before you start the experiment."
"With "randomize" enabled reloadevery will randomly reload the page somewhere between 50% earlier or 50% later."
"While the voter's identity is not stored with the votes, each vote is given a serial number in order to "randomize" the votes after they are uploaded to the back-end tabulating authority."