verb (used with object), rev·o·lu·tion·ized, rev·o·lu·tion·iz·ing.
- revolutionary calendar,
- revolutionary war,
- revolutionary wars,
- revolutions of 1848,
- revolving charge account
Origin of revolutionize
Examples from the Web for revolutionize
But a project out of Stanford University is hoping to grant Turkers agency—and might begin to revolutionize the industry.Amazon’s Turkers Kick Off the First Crowdsourced Labor Guild|Kevin Zawacki|December 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“I think this will revolutionize the brand,” Averyl Oates, the fashion director at Galeries Lafayette in Paris, also said.
He would rise to become Deputy Commissioner of the NYPD, and revolutionize crime fighting along the way.
Now, scientists hope that robots can revolutionize the study of animal migrations.
The arrangement is unorthodox enough that it could revolutionize the role that Super PACs play in campaigns.
We want to revolutionize life—to make it sweet for the poor man!Pelle the Conqueror, Complete|Martin Anderson Nexo
If we are to preserve the family we must revolutionize the nation.What's Wrong With The World|G.K. Chesterton
The chap who can find out how to release that energy all at once will revolutionize the civilized world.The Man Who Rocked the Earth|Arthur Train
The apparatus that holds Brennan's car upright, and promises to revolutionize transportation, is a top adapted to a new purpose.How To Write Special Feature Articles|Willard Grosvenor Bleyer
The result of this movement has been to revolutionize the whole subject.
1797, "to cause to undergo a (political) revolution;" see revolution + -ize. Transferred sense of "to change a thing completely and fundamentally" is first recorded 1799. Related: Revolutionized; revolutionizing.