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
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Preterite
I concertized
you concertized
he/she/it concertized
we concertized
you concertized
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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
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Past Continuous
I was concertizing
you were concertizing
he/she/it was concertizing
we were concertizing
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Past Perfect
I had concertized
you had concertized
he/she/it had concertized
we had concertized
you had concertized
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Future
I will concertize
you will concertize
he/she/it will concertize
we will concertize
you will concertize
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Future Perfect
I will have concertized
you will have concertized
he/she/it will have concertized
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Future Continuous
I will be concertizing
you will be concertizing
he/she/it will be concertizing
we will be concertizing
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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
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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
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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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