Definition of routinize in English:

routinize

Syllabification: rou·tin·ize
Pronunciation: /ro͞oˈtēˌnīz, ˈro͞otnˌīz
 
/

verb

[with object] (usually be routinized)
Make (something) into a matter of routine; subject to a routine: communication was routinized to ensure consistency of information
More example sentences
  • In the end, the shuttle was supposed to ‘revolutionize transportation into near space, by routinizing it,’ in President Nixon's awkward phrase.
  • ‘It's very routinized, high-surveillance work,’ says Scarbrough of the Economic and Social Research Council.
  • In the long run, office machines may have routinized clerical work, but in their early years, the skills demanded by the typewriter and adding machines were new and challenging.

Derivatives

routinization

Pronunciation: /-ˌtēnəˈzāSHən, ˌro͞otn-ə-/
noun
More example sentences
  • Weber saw routinization and mechanization as ultimately destructive, that is, as eroding the spirit and capacity for spontaneous action.
  • It also refers to the routinization of ways in which environmentalism is incorporated in a variety of social interactions.
  • Its vast increase in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries and its routinization in the eighteenth occurred in tandem with the growth of the state and the economy.

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