Definition of "synthesize" [syn•the•size]

  • (verb-transitive) To combine so as to form a new, complex product: "His works synthesize photography, painting and linguistic devices” ( Paul Taylor).
  • (verb-transitive) To form or produce by chemical synthesis.
  • (verb-intransitive) To form a synthesis.

Use "synthesize" in a sentence

  • ""We were told to take it so that we could help Darwin synthesize the weaker banks and acquire those and put them under different leadership," Davis said."
  • "They combined data from multiple runs of their four-element interferometer with the small telescopes in different positions in order to "synthesize" a telescope 100-meters across."
  • "Mann, they would have to use the various complaints to "synthesize" allegations against him."
  • ""We were told to take it so that we could help Darwin synthesize the weaker banks and acquire those and put them under different leadership," Davis said."
  • "They combined data from multiple runs of their four-element interferometer with the small telescopes in different positions in order to "synthesize" a telescope 100-meters across."
  • "Mann, they would have to use the various complaints to "synthesize" allegations against him."

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