concertize


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con·cer·tize

 (kŏn′sər-tīz′)
intr.v. con·cer·tized, con·cer·tiz·ing, con·cer·tiz·es
To give concerts or perform in concerts: "has worked extensively on Broadway, has also made several movies, starred in a television series and concertized regularly throughout the country" (Jeremy Gerard).

concertize

(ˈkɒnsəˌtaɪz) or

concertise

vb
(Music, other) (intr) (esp of a soloist or conductor) to give concerts

con•cert•ize

(ˈkɒn sərˌtaɪz)

v.i. -ized, -iz•ing.
to give concerts or recitals professionally, esp. on tour.
[1880–85]

concertize


Past participle: concertized
Gerund: concertizing

Imperative
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Present
I concertize
you concertize
he/she/it concertizes
we concertize
you concertize
they concertize
Preterite
I concertized
you concertized
he/she/it concertized
we concertized
you concertized
they concertized
Present Continuous
I am concertizing
you are concertizing
he/she/it is concertizing
we are concertizing
you are concertizing
they are concertizing
Present Perfect
I have concertized
you have concertized
he/she/it has concertized
we have concertized
you have concertized
they have concertized
Past Continuous
I was concertizing
you were concertizing
he/she/it was concertizing
we were concertizing
you were concertizing
they were concertizing
Past Perfect
I had concertized
you had concertized
he/she/it had concertized
we had concertized
you had concertized
they had concertized
Future
I will concertize
you will concertize
he/she/it will concertize
we will concertize
you will concertize
they will concertize
Future Perfect
I will have concertized
you will have concertized
he/she/it will have concertized
we will have concertized
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they will have concertized
Future Continuous
I will be concertizing
you will be concertizing
he/she/it will be concertizing
we will be concertizing
you will be concertizing
they will be concertizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been concertizing
you have been concertizing
he/she/it has been concertizing
we have been concertizing
you have been concertizing
they have been concertizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been concertizing
you will have been concertizing
he/she/it will have been concertizing
we will have been concertizing
you will have been concertizing
they will have been concertizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been concertizing
you had been concertizing
he/she/it had been concertizing
we had been concertizing
you had been concertizing
they had been concertizing
Conditional
I would concertize
you would concertize
he/she/it would concertize
we would concertize
you would concertize
they would concertize
Past Conditional
I would have concertized
you would have concertized
he/she/it would have concertized
we would have concertized
you would have concertized
they would have concertized
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.concertize - give concerts; perform in concerts; "My niece is off concertizing in Europe"
music - musical activity (singing or whistling etc.); "his music was his central interest"
perform - give a performance (of something); "Horowitz is performing at Carnegie Hall tonight"; "We performed a popular Gilbert and Sullivan opera"
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BAGHDAD / Nina /-- Speaker Salim al-Jubouri, called for concertize an urgent and immediate acts by the government to aid people in the liberated areas and to provide the necessary services, stressing the need to create appropriate conditions for the return of displaced families.
He concluded by noting to the urgent need to concertize the efforts of international community to prop up the Yemeni economy via the donors' conference to be held in Riyadh (27 -29 June) which aims to meet the aspirations of the Yemenis and their pressing needs to secure the political and economic stability and to support the financing gap for the urgent projects approved by the government of no less than 7 billion.
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