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revolutionize

Line breaks: revo|lu¦tion|ize
Pronunciation: /rɛvəˈluːʃ(ə)nʌɪz
 
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(also revolutionise)

Definition of revolutionize in English:

verb

[with object]
Change (something) radically or fundamentally: this fabulous new theory will revolutionize the whole of science
More example sentences
  • Also, they revolutionized the whole concept of politics, relaxing its ties with society and religion.
  • Intensive irrigation would reshape arid lands and revolutionize rural life.
  • Information released recently seems to suggest that India's telecommunications sector is witnessing a transformation that is revolutionising the state of domestic connectivity.
Synonyms
transform, alter dramatically, transfigure, make far-reaching changes in, shake up, stir up, turn upside down, restructure, reorganize, rejig, reform, recast, reshape, remould, transmute, metamorphose
humorous transmogrify

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