verb (used with object), syn·the·sized, syn·the·siz·ing.
verb (used without object), syn·the·sized, syn·the·siz·ing.
to make or form a synthesis.
Also synthetize; especially British, syn·the·sise.
Origin of synthesize
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Intuition is a broadly based activity; it engages elaborate organs and sums up and synthesises accumulated impressions.Some Turns of Thought in Modern Philosophy
synthetize, synthesise or synthetise
to combine or cause to combine into a whole
(tr) to produce by synthesis
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To combine so as to form a new, complex product.
To form or produce by chemical synthesis.
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