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1. to make more powerful, vital, or energetic
2. med to make more powerful or effectual
3. (Banking & Finance) to ensure that (a retirement pension) is worth more by basing it on factors that are more financially beneficial than the final-year salary
4. (Economics) to make more monetarily powerful or effectual
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|Verb||1.||dynamize - make more dynamic; "She was dynamized by her desire to go to grad school"|
|2.||dynamize - make (a drug) effective; "dynamized medicine"|
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