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
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Related Words for dualizeincrease, grow, imitate, clone, reproduce, replicate, mirror, copy, repeat, augment, magnify, pleat, enlarge, plait, dupe, fold, duplicate, supplement, redouble, multiply
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Historical Examples of dualize
To dualize the Union, assuming its boundaries to be fixed, was one thing.
To dualize the Union in the face of a movement for extension of boundaries was another.