roentgenize

[ rent-guh-nahyz, -juh-, ruhnt- ]
/ ˈrɛnt gəˌnaɪz, -dʒə-, ˈrʌnt- /

verb (used with object), roent·gen·ized, roent·gen·iz·ing.(formerly)

to subject to the action of x-rays.

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Also especially British, roent·gen·ise .

Origin of roentgenize

1895–1900; roentgen + -ize

OTHER WORDS FROM roentgenize

roent·gen·i·za·tion, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for roentgenize

roentgenize

roentgenise, rntgenize or rntgenise

/ (ˈrɒntɡəˌnaɪz, -tjə-, ˈrɛnt-) /

verb

(tr) to bombard with X-rays

Derived forms of roentgenize

roentgenization, roentgenisation, rntgenization or rntgenisation, noun
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