verb (used with object), cap·i·tal·ized, cap·i·tal·iz·ing.
verb (used without object), cap·i·tal·ized, cap·i·tal·iz·ing.
Origin of capitalize
Synonyms for capitalize
Examples from the Web for capitalize
Contemporary Examples of capitalize
Someone was sure to capitalize on the Ebola panic, and Dr. Joseph Alton is that guy.The Sham, Scaremongering Guide to Ebola
November 20, 2014
With the CPRIT investigation ongoing, Lehmberg got into trouble of her own - and it seemed Perry was trying to capitalize on it.Rick Perry’s Plan to Defang State Watchdog Unit
August 23, 2014
She only likes signing controversial clients, and relishes being able to capitalize on a scandal.Meet the PR Guru for the ‘Hot Convict,’ the Octomom, and Every Other D-List Trainwreck
July 17, 2014
“My job was to assess their fear and then harp on that fear, capitalize on that fear and get them to buy,” said Maddox, 33.‘Degree Mills’ Are Exploiting Veterans and Making Millions Off the GI Bill
June 28, 2014
But in order to succeed, the band of ministerial mavericks needs to capitalize on their momentum.Argentina’s Drag & Drop Democracy
March 12, 2014
Historical Examples of capitalize
He was too busy with the consciousness that at last he was in a position to capitalize his information.Rope
Capitalize, the holy man entered the holy place at the appointed time.
When do you capitalize generic terms for political divisions and when do you not?
In Dutch capitalize all nouns and all adjectives derived from proper nouns.
Now we are going to capitalize him; I believe that's the word.
verb (mainly tr)
- to estimate the present value of (a periodical income)
- to compute the present value of (a business) from actual or potential earnings