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incentivize

Syllabification: in·cen·tiv·ize
Pronunciation: /inˈsen(t)əˌvīz
 
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Definition of incentivize in English:

verb

[with object]
Provide (someone) with an incentive for doing something: this is likely to incentivize management to find savings
More example sentences
  • Firstly, they say ‘let us keep business rates so that we are incentivised to be business friendly’.
  • A coach or a manager will not get the best out of his team unless he is incentivised to do so.
  • There are all kinds of methods of professional interrogation, of ways to persuade people, incentivize people, motivate people.

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