[ frak-shuh-nahyz ]
/ ˈfræk ʃəˌnaɪz /
verb (used with or without object), frac·tion·ized, frac·tion·iz·ing.
to divide into fractions.
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Also especially British, frac·tion·ise.
Related formsfrac·tion·i·za·tion, noun
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He goes to school, and various studies divide and fractionize the world for him.The Child and the Curriculum|John Dewey
British Dictionary definitions for fractionize
/ (ˈfrækʃəˌnaɪz) /
to divide (a number or quantity) into fractions
Derived Formsfractionization or fractionisation, noun
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