- to make or form a synthesis.
Also synthetize; especially British, syn·the·sise.
Origin of synthesize
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Examples from the Web for synthesise
No visitor, however, who wants to synthesise Paris should omit this adventure.A Wanderer in Paris
E. V. Lucas
To teach the adverb implies a conceptual process, because the child must synthesise certain attributes into his notion adverb.Ontario Normal School Manuals: Science of Education
Ontario Ministry of Education
Attempts to synthesise a compound of this formula have been so far without success.Researches on Cellulose
C. F. Cross
Thus a given type of nucleus will continue to synthesise other nuclein of its own kind.Darwin and Modern Science
A.C. Seward and Others
synthetize, synthesise or synthetise
- to combine or cause to combine into a whole
- (tr) to produce by synthesis
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Word Origin and History for synthesise
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- To combine so as to form a new, complex product.
- To form or produce by chemical synthesis.
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