verb (used with object), op·ti·mized, op·ti·miz·ing.
verb (used without object), op·ti·mized, op·ti·miz·ing.
Examples from the Web for optimize
I optimize, automate, and outsource everything in life in order to be more effective.
Here are a few tricks to optimize your 140-character experience.
Musk notes that careful planning would be needed to optimize the route to avoid sharp bends.
Fadell says that the Nest can only optimize temperature control.
Meanwhile, you must minimize and modernize your current digs to optimize your existing quality of life.
They were developed by humans seeking to optimize their activity.
They will share resources and use communication means to optimize their work.
Indeed, whether human beings hunt or present personal experiences to others, they attempt to optimize their efforts.
Phonetic writing, the development of the effort to optimize writing, better imitated oral language.
But the real challenge is to figure out ways to optimize the relation between what is possible and what is necessary.
British Dictionary definitions for optimize
Word Origin and History for optimize
1844, "to act as an optimist," back-formation from optimist. Meaning "to make the most of" is first recorded 1857. Related: Optimized; optimizing.