To divide into regions, especially for administrative purposes. (verb-transitive)
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Use "regionalize" in a sentence
"This "regionalize" the Airport is nothing more than smoke and mirrors."
"Bullard also said USDA has a 100 percent failure rate in its attempts to "regionalize," or carve out regions, within FMD-affected countries that export meat to the U.S., as it is attempting to do with Santa Catarina, Brazil."
"We need a lot more people making food and growing food to be able to re-regionalize our food system."