[ doo-uh-lahyz, dyoo- ]
/ ˈdu əˌlaɪz, ˈdyu- /

verb (used with object), du·al·ized, du·al·iz·ing.

to make dual.
to regard as dual.
Also especially British, du·al·ise.

Origin of dualize

First recorded in 1830–40; dual + -ize
Related formsdu·al·i·za·tion, noun
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Examples from the Web for dualize

  • To dualize the Union, assuming its boundaries to be fixed, was one thing.

    Lincoln|Nathaniel Wright Stephenson
  • To dualize the Union in the face of a movement for extension of boundaries was another.

    Lincoln|Nathaniel Wright Stephenson