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cap·sul·ize

 (kăp′sə-līz′, -syo͝o-)
tr.v. cap·sul·ized, cap·sul·iz·ing, cap·sul·iz·es
To condense or summarize: capsulized the news every 30 minutes.

capsulize

(ˈkæpsjʊˌlaɪz) or

capsulise

vb (tr)
1. to state (information) in a highly condensed form
2. to enclose in a capsule

cap•sul•ize

(ˈkæp səˌlaɪz, -syʊ-)

v.t. -ized, -iz•ing.
to summarize or make concise.
[1945–50]
cap`sul•i•za′tion, n.

capsulize


Past participle: capsulized
Gerund: capsulizing

Imperative
capsulize
capsulize
Present
I capsulize
you capsulize
he/she/it capsulizes
we capsulize
you capsulize
they capsulize
Preterite
I capsulized
you capsulized
he/she/it capsulized
we capsulized
you capsulized
they capsulized
Present Continuous
I am capsulizing
you are capsulizing
he/she/it is capsulizing
we are capsulizing
you are capsulizing
they are capsulizing
Present Perfect
I have capsulized
you have capsulized
he/she/it has capsulized
we have capsulized
you have capsulized
they have capsulized
Past Continuous
I was capsulizing
you were capsulizing
he/she/it was capsulizing
we were capsulizing
you were capsulizing
they were capsulizing
Past Perfect
I had capsulized
you had capsulized
he/she/it had capsulized
we had capsulized
you had capsulized
they had capsulized
Future
I will capsulize
you will capsulize
he/she/it will capsulize
we will capsulize
you will capsulize
they will capsulize
Future Perfect
I will have capsulized
you will have capsulized
he/she/it will have capsulized
we will have capsulized
you will have capsulized
they will have capsulized
Future Continuous
I will be capsulizing
you will be capsulizing
he/she/it will be capsulizing
we will be capsulizing
you will be capsulizing
they will be capsulizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been capsulizing
you have been capsulizing
he/she/it has been capsulizing
we have been capsulizing
you have been capsulizing
they have been capsulizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been capsulizing
you will have been capsulizing
he/she/it will have been capsulizing
we will have been capsulizing
you will have been capsulizing
they will have been capsulizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been capsulizing
you had been capsulizing
he/she/it had been capsulizing
we had been capsulizing
you had been capsulizing
they had been capsulizing
Conditional
I would capsulize
you would capsulize
he/she/it would capsulize
we would capsulize
you would capsulize
they would capsulize
Past Conditional
I would have capsulized
you would have capsulized
he/she/it would have capsulized
we would have capsulized
you would have capsulized
they would have capsulized
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.capsulize - enclose in a capsule
enclose, enfold, envelop, enwrap, wrap - enclose or enfold completely with or as if with a covering; "Fog enveloped the house"
2.capsulize - put in a short or concise form; reduce in volume; "capsulize the news"
condense, concentrate, digest - make more concise; "condense the contents of a book into a summary"
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