symmetrize

[sim-i-trahyz]

verb (used with object), sym·me·trized, sym·me·triz·ing.

to reduce to symmetry; make symmetrical.

Also especially British, sym·me·trise.

Origin of symmetrize

First recorded in 1780–90; symmetr(y) + -ize
Related formssym·me·tri·za·tion, nounun·sym·me·trized, adjective
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symmetrize

symmetrise

verb

(tr) to render symmetrical or perfectly balanced
Derived Formssymmetrization or symmetrisation, noun
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