[ ran-duh-mahyz ]
/ ˈræn dəˌmaɪz /
verb (used with object), ran·dom·ized, ran·dom·iz·ing.
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- random variable,
- random walk,
- random walk theory,
- random-access memory,
- ranelagh gardens
Also especially British, ran·dom·ise.
Origin of randomize
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/ (ˈrændəˌmaɪz) /
(tr) to set up (a selection process, sample, etc) in a deliberately random way in order to enhance the statistical validity of any results obtained
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