There are 2 definitions of digitalize in English:

digitalize1

Line breaks: digi¦tal|ize
Pronunciation: /ˈdɪdʒɪt(ə)lʌɪz
 
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(also digitalise)

verb

  • another term for digitize.
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    • Again the computer stores now have packs that will connect up pretty well any device into your computer to digitalise your sound.
    • The Zambia Telecommunications Corporation has digitalised 70 per cent of its telecommunication network countrywide in order to promote and facilitate easy international communication.
    • We then had to digitalise and reinforce the direct sound…

Derivatives

digitalization

noun
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  • The Web is indeed a place where race is shaped by digitalization, search engines, ranking of accessible hypertexts, downloadable features, and other aspects peculiar to this media.
  • This growth in software use, equating to a form of digitalisation, occurred between 1984 and the present day.
  • Not to let physical limits hold the industry down, new storage technologies are emerging to match the accelerating digitalization and global sharing of information.

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There are 2 definitions of digitalize in English:

digitalize2

Line breaks: digi¦tal|ize
Pronunciation: /ˈdɪdʒɪt(ə)lʌɪz
 
/
(also digitalise)

verb

[with object] Medicine
  • Administer digitalis or digoxin to (a patient with a heart complaint): the failure to produce a slowing of resting heart rate suggests that our subjects were not digitalized

Derivatives

digitalization

noun
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  • Because of these variations, it is inevitable that in some cases rather marked toxicity will develop if any single dose of digitalization is always used…
  • Rapid digitalization is not necessary in patients with chronic CHF.

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Word of the day kerf
Pronunciation: kəːf
noun
a slit made by cutting with a saw