verb (used with object), pal·let·ized, pal·let·iz·ing.
to place (materials) upon pallets for handling or moving.
to perform (a materials-handling operation) with the aid of pallets.
to equip with pallets or with the ability to handle pallets: to palletize a truck.
verb (used without object), pal·let·ized, pal·let·iz·ing.
to handle cargo or other materials by means of pallets.
Palette, Pallet, or PalatePalette, pallet, and palate are homophones, which means they’re all pronounced the same way, but mean different things.
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Also especially British, pal·let·ise.
Origin of palletize
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(tr) to stack or transport on a pallet or pallets
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