transistorize

[ tran-zis-tuh-rahyz ]
/ trænˈzɪs təˌraɪz /

verb (used with object), tran·sis·tor·ized, tran·sis·tor·iz·ing. Electronics.

to equip with or convert to a circuit employing transistors.

Nearby words

  1. transiently,
  2. transignification,
  3. transilient,
  4. transilluminate,
  5. transistor,
  6. transit,
  7. transit camp,
  8. transit circle,
  9. transit instrument,
  10. transit number

Also especially British, tran·sis·tor·ise.

Origin of transistorize

First recorded in 1950–55; transistor + -ize

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British Dictionary definitions for transistorize

transistorize

transistorise

/ (trænˈzɪstəˌraɪz) /

verb

to convert (a system, device, industry, etc) to the use or manufacture of or operation by transistors and other solid-state components
to equip (a device or circuit) with transistors and other solid-state components
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