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symptomatize

[ simp-tuh-muh-tahyz ]
/ 藞s瑟mp t蓹 m蓹藢ta瑟z /
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verb (used with object), symp路tom路a路tized, symp路tom路a路tiz路ing.
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Also especially British, symp路tom路a路tise .

Origin of symptomatize

First recorded in 1790鈥1800; from Greek sympt艒mat- , combining form of s媒mpt艒ma 鈥渙ccurrence, chance; mishap, mischance; collapse鈥 + -ize
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