verb (used with or without object), ex·pert·ized, ex·pert·iz·ing.
to study or investigate as an expert.
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Sometimes infinitives need a little space. A split infinitive occurs when there’s an adverb between two parts of an infinitive. An infinitive consists of the word to and the simple form of a verb (e.g. to go and to read). “To suddenly go” and “to quickly read” are examples of split infinitives because the adverbs (suddenly and quickly) split (or break up) the infinitives to …
Also especially British, ex·pert·ise.
Origin of expertize
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US to act as an expert or give an expert opinion (on)
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