geometrize

ge·om·e·trize

 (jē-ŏm′ĭ-trīz′)
v. ge·om·e·trized, ge·om·e·triz·ing, ge·om·e·triz·es
v.intr.
1. To study geometry.
2. To apply the methods of geometry.
v.tr.
1. To present in geometric form.
2. To bring into conformance with the laws and principles of geometry.

geometrize

(dʒɪˈɒmɪˌtraɪz) or

geometrise

vb
1. (Mathematics) to use or apply geometric methods or principles (to)
2. (Mathematics) (tr) to represent in geometric form

ge•om•e•trize

(dʒiˈɒm ɪˌtraɪz)

v. -trized, -triz•ing. v.i.
1. to work by geometric methods.
v.t.
2. to put into geometric form.
[1650–60]
ge•om`e•tri•za′tion, n.

geometrize


Past participle: geometrized
Gerund: geometrizing

Imperative
geometrize
geometrize
Present
I geometrize
you geometrize
he/she/it geometrizes
we geometrize
you geometrize
they geometrize
Preterite
I geometrized
you geometrized
he/she/it geometrized
we geometrized
you geometrized
they geometrized
Present Continuous
I am geometrizing
you are geometrizing
he/she/it is geometrizing
we are geometrizing
you are geometrizing
they are geometrizing
Present Perfect
I have geometrized
you have geometrized
he/she/it has geometrized
we have geometrized
you have geometrized
they have geometrized
Past Continuous
I was geometrizing
you were geometrizing
he/she/it was geometrizing
we were geometrizing
you were geometrizing
they were geometrizing
Past Perfect
I had geometrized
you had geometrized
he/she/it had geometrized
we had geometrized
you had geometrized
they had geometrized
Future
I will geometrize
you will geometrize
he/she/it will geometrize
we will geometrize
you will geometrize
they will geometrize
Future Perfect
I will have geometrized
you will have geometrized
he/she/it will have geometrized
we will have geometrized
you will have geometrized
they will have geometrized
Future Continuous
I will be geometrizing
you will be geometrizing
he/she/it will be geometrizing
we will be geometrizing
you will be geometrizing
they will be geometrizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been geometrizing
you have been geometrizing
he/she/it has been geometrizing
we have been geometrizing
you have been geometrizing
they have been geometrizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been geometrizing
you will have been geometrizing
he/she/it will have been geometrizing
we will have been geometrizing
you will have been geometrizing
they will have been geometrizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been geometrizing
you had been geometrizing
he/she/it had been geometrizing
we had been geometrizing
you had been geometrizing
they had been geometrizing
Conditional
I would geometrize
you would geometrize
he/she/it would geometrize
we would geometrize
you would geometrize
they would geometrize
Past Conditional
I would have geometrized
you would have geometrized
he/she/it would have geometrized
we would have geometrized
you would have geometrized
they would have geometrized
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