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tr.v. u·nit·ized, u·nit·iz·ing, u·nit·iz·es
1. To separate, classify, or package in discrete units.
2. To make or transform into a single unit.
u′nit·i·za′tion (yo͞o′nĭ-tĭ-zā′shən) n.
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(Banking & Finance) to convert (an investment trust) into a unit trust
ˌunitiˈzation, ˌunitiˈsation n
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v.t. -ized, -iz•ing.
1. to form or combine into one unit, as by welding parts together.
2. to divide or separate into units.
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Past participle: unitized
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|Verb||1.||unitize - divide (bulk material) and process as units|
|2.||unitize - make into a unit; "unitize a car body"|
|3.||unitize - separate or classify into units; "The hospital was unitized for efficiency"|
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