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metrize

[ mi-trahyz, me-trahyz ]
/ mɪˈtraɪz, ˈmɛ traɪz /
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verb (used with object), met·rized, met·riz·ing.Mathematics.
to find a metric for (a topological space for which the metric topology is the given topology).
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Also metricize; especially British, met·rise .

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OTHER WORDS FROM metrize

met·riz·able, adjectivemet·ri·za·tion, noun
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