- 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 customize
It made no sense, except maybe as something he could customize as The Bieber Haiku.Justin Bieber's Abs Cannot Save Him
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Marbel also connects with your smartphone so you can customize your riding style, with a range of different modes to suit you.Fish on Wheels, Digital Pet Babysitters, and More of the Summer’s Best Kickstarters
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But consumers now customize service packages and products by using a range of providers.How to Reinvent College
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- (tr) to modify (something) according to a customer's individual requirements
Word Origin and History for customize
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