To put to use, especially to find a profitable or practical use for. See Synonyms at use.(verb-transitive)
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Use "utilize" in a sentence
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"The release we utilize is a standard filming release that all production companies must have signed by everyone they film - or the television broadcaster will refuse to air our material."
"Not only because a number of the flavors and aromas are not shared between cultures, but also because many of the actual names of fruits and other foodstuffs in Japanese utilize somewhat obscure Kanjii characters, and are better rendered using more modern Hiragana characters."