[ mon-i-tahyz, muhn- ]
/ ˈmɒn ɪˌtaɪz, ˈmʌn- /
verb (used with object), mon·e·tized, mon·e·tiz·ing.
to legalize as money.
to coin into money: to monetize gold.
to give the character of money to.
Economics. to convert (a debt, especially the national debt) into currency, especially by issuing government securities or notes.
to make a profit or derive income from: Lots of people download the game, but the start-up hasn’t been able to monetize the add-on features.
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Also especially British, mon·e·tise .
OTHER WORDS FROM monetizemon·e·ti·za·tion, noun
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Example sentences from the Web for monetize
The Android operating system is “in the early stages of monetization,” he acknowledges.Nine Juiciest Bits From Google CEO Larry Page’s Fortune Interview|Matthew Zeitlin|December 12, 2012|DAILY BEAST
It is the fact of monetization for one of the metals, and demonetization for the other.The Arena|Various
British Dictionary definitions for monetize
/ (ˈmʌnɪˌtaɪz) /
to establish as the legal tender of a country
to give a legal value to (a coin)
Derived forms of monetizemonetization or monetisation, noun
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