verb (used with object), in·cen·ti·vized, in·cen·ti·viz·ing.
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Example sentences from the Web for incentivize
According to Keith, while this shift would incentivize all three players to bet higher values, no one’s chances of winning actually changed.
That is, these companies make money by selling the attention of their users to third-party advertisers, which incentivizes social media platforms to behave in a troubling way, according to McNamee.Tech veterans say pressure from social media users is key to shift business models and save society|Brett Haensel|October 22, 2020|Fortune
“Instagram will prompt users to confirm if they have been incentivized in any way to promote a product or service and, if so, require them to disclose this fact clearly,” the watchdog said Friday.Influencers beware: The U.K. is cracking down on undisclosed Instagram shilling|David Meyer|October 16, 2020|Fortune
It’s across the country, we did it in the Bloomberg administration, and essentially what that is, is developers are incentivized, to basically build more affordable housing for the right to build up higher.
It featured two candidates that could theoretically be asked to step in for their bosses if elected, incentivizing viewers to watch.57.9 million people watched the vice presidential debate on television|Sara Fischer|October 8, 2020|Axios
These big paydays have incentivized a record number of Cuban players to defect.Is Major League Baseball Ready For Cuba’s Players?|Ben Jacobs|December 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“If we want to see Palestinians making the choice of non-violent resistance, that choice has to be incentivized,” said Munayyer.Israel’s Murdered Teenagers and Dying Hopes for Peace|Sarah Shourd|July 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The Euro incentivized Germany to export more; southern Europe—plus Ireland—to borrow and consume more.
He signed the law in 2006 that incentivized Californians to install solar electric systems.
British Dictionary definitions for incentivize
- to provide (someone) with a good reason for wanting to do somethingwhy not incentivize companies to relocate?
- to promote (something) with a particular incentivean incentivized share option scheme