Definition of capsulize in English:

capsulize

Line breaks: cap¦su|lize
Pronunciation: /ˈkapsjʊlʌɪz
 
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(also capsulise)

verb

[with object]
Put (information) in condensed form; summarize: he was able to capsulize views on the referendum
More example sentences
  • For the purpose of this paper, a practitioner's view is taken to capsulize consolidation over the past 20 or so years.
  • Though he was on the phone, he was very forceful in denying Mitchell the ability to use the host's standard strategy of capsulizing the guest's position in order to move a two-sided debate forward.
  • As the December 25 Time capsulized it, ‘A sizable number of critics, from law professors to some of the Court's own members, have attacked the ruling as… politically motivated.’

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