Definition of iconize in English:

iconize

Line breaks: icon|ize
Pronunciation: /ˈʌɪkənʌɪz
 
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(also iconise)

verb

[with object]
1 Computing another term for iconify.
More example sentences
  • Animations, including 3-D animations for iconizing windows, were generally fairly smooth.
  • In essence, they are an alternative to iconizing windows.
  • You can drag windows from the pager into the icon box to iconize the window without actually going to the desktop the window lives in.
2Treat as an icon: they have been iconized as symbols of strength, courage, and self-sacrifice
More example sentences
  • Koraichi's installation iconizes al-Rumi's journey across continents through Turkish ceramic ablution basins, Moroccan gold-embroidered silk, and metal.
  • Now we have real GI's being iconized for looking like Robert Mitchum.
  • They have been iconised in billboards and adverts across America - as symbols of strength, courage and self-sacrifice.

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