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sin·gu·lar·ize

 (sĭng′gyə-lə-rīz′)
tr.v. sin·gu·lar·ized, sin·gu·lar·iz·ing, sin·gu·lar·iz·es
To make conspicuous; distinguish.

singularize

(ˈsɪŋɡjʊləˌraɪz) or

singularise

vb (tr)
1. to make (a word, etc) singular
2. to make conspicuous
ˌsingulariˈzation, ˌsingulariˈsation n

sin•gu•lar•ize

(ˈsɪŋ gyə ləˌraɪz)

v.t. -ized, -iz•ing.
to make singular.
[1580–90]

singularize


Past participle: singularized
Gerund: singularizing

Imperative
singularize
singularize
Present
I singularize
you singularize
he/she/it singularizes
we singularize
you singularize
they singularize
Preterite
I singularized
you singularized
he/she/it singularized
we singularized
you singularized
they singularized
Present Continuous
I am singularizing
you are singularizing
he/she/it is singularizing
we are singularizing
you are singularizing
they are singularizing
Present Perfect
I have singularized
you have singularized
he/she/it has singularized
we have singularized
you have singularized
they have singularized
Past Continuous
I was singularizing
you were singularizing
he/she/it was singularizing
we were singularizing
you were singularizing
they were singularizing
Past Perfect
I had singularized
you had singularized
he/she/it had singularized
we had singularized
you had singularized
they had singularized
Future
I will singularize
you will singularize
he/she/it will singularize
we will singularize
you will singularize
they will singularize
Future Perfect
I will have singularized
you will have singularized
he/she/it will have singularized
we will have singularized
you will have singularized
they will have singularized
Future Continuous
I will be singularizing
you will be singularizing
he/she/it will be singularizing
we will be singularizing
you will be singularizing
they will be singularizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been singularizing
you have been singularizing
he/she/it has been singularizing
we have been singularizing
you have been singularizing
they have been singularizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been singularizing
you will have been singularizing
he/she/it will have been singularizing
we will have been singularizing
you will have been singularizing
they will have been singularizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been singularizing
you had been singularizing
he/she/it had been singularizing
we had been singularizing
you had been singularizing
they had been singularizing
Conditional
I would singularize
you would singularize
he/she/it would singularize
we would singularize
you would singularize
they would singularize
Past Conditional
I would have singularized
you would have singularized
he/she/it would have singularized
we would have singularized
you would have singularized
they would have singularized
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.singularize - distinguish as singular
distinguish, signalise, signalize - make conspicuous or noteworthy

singularize

verb
Translations

singularize

[ˈsɪŋgjʊləˌraɪz] VTsingularizar
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