verb (used with object), lo·cal·ized, lo·cal·iz·ing.
verb (used without object), lo·cal·ized, lo·cal·iz·ing.
- localized nodular tenosynovitis,
- localized scleroderma,
- localizing symptom,
Origin of localize
Examples from the Web for localized
Their claims have led to both academic controversy and localized conflict.
In a continent-sized country where every rebel has a cause, diffuse and localized protests may work to Rousseff's favor.
The parks issue is essentially a localized proxy war in a larger conflict over the past, present, and future of Southern identity.
Mercury direct, Friday, invites global interest in your most localized endeavors.
That leeway could make it harder for Assad to respond to localized protests, and allow them to spread.
The work in the factory should be carefully divided up, and localized.Inventors & Inventions|Henry Robinson
It was that country's domestic affair, and he hoped that the dispute would be localized.
III., "How the wives restored their husband to life," looks like a much altered and localized form of this.Jamaican Song and Story|Walter Jekyll
Our records indicate that it is widely distributed, but of localized occurrence.
Inversely, he has been able, by means of the localized action of light, to transform creeping or climbing into flowering branches.