verb (used with object), au·tom·a·tized, au·tom·a·tiz·ing.
- to make automatic.
Also especially British, au·tom·a·tise.Related formsau·tom·a·tist, nounau·tom·a·ti·za·tion, noun
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Historical Examples of automatized
By itself, that was not so very odd—the automatized factory had never had very many persons in it.
Certain things must be looked for, certain habits must be formed, certain movements must be automatized.
Our automatized factories produce the same goods for us year in and year out.
British Dictionary definitions for automatized
Derived Formsautomatization or automatisation, noun
- to make (a process, etc) automatic or (of a process, etc) to be made automatic
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Word Origin and History for automatized
1837, "to make into an automaton;" see automaton + -ize. Meaning "to make automatic" attested by 1952. Related: Automatized; automatizing.
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