- to modify or build according to individual or personal specifications or preference: to customize an automobile.
Also especially British, cus·tom·ise.
Origin of customize
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Examples from the Web for customized
The Period Store allows women to order feminine hygiene products online in customized care packages.The Next Big Environmental Fight: Tampons?
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The agreement with Iowa, which will be “customized” along Arkansas lines, is pretty much finalized.States Edge Closer to Medicaid Expansion: Who’ll Go First?
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These services take long, ugly website addresses and present them in shortened, customized format.Syrian Hackers: We Hacked Obama’s Twitter Account
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He had customized his new gun by etching in the words “better off this way” and “my ELF weapon.”Inside the Washington Navy Yard’s Building 197 During Alexis’s Rampage
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A print-out of your kiss can also be customized with different shades of Burberry lipstick.John Boehner Sings to Kate Upton; Gisele Models Her Own Lingerie
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- (tr) to modify (something) according to a customer's individual requirements
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Word Origin and History for customized
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