verb (used with object), nor·mal·ized, nor·mal·iz·ing.
verb (used without object), nor·mal·ized, nor·mal·iz·ing.
- normal values,
- normal zeeman effect,
- norman arch,
- norman conquest
Origin of normalize
Examples from the Web for normalized
Refinery management had normalized the occurrences of hazardous conditions.
Eventually the Brotherhood will have to be reincorporated into the political process, and legalized and normalized.
The stated goal of the API is a comprehensive, regional peace, and normalized relations with the Israeli people.Israel and The Arab Peace Initiative: Top-down Ignorance|Emily L. Hauser|June 14, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Thus a previously outrageous notion has swiftly been normalized.
Taking out hefty student loans has become a normalized feature of college life.
In particular, punctuation has been normalized and duplicate words were removed.Letters from Switzerland|Samuel Irenus Prime
Capitalization, accents and formatting markup have been normalized.Cyrano de Bergerac|Edmond Rostand
Inconsistencies in spelling have been normalized unless otherwise noted below.The Progress of Ethnology|John Russell Bartlett
Page 10, normalized indentation before "The modest goal, the lesser fame."
Pages 176-180, normalized some punctuation within the table of publications (but still retained some inconsistencies).