Definition of robotize in English:

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robotize

Pronunciation: /ˈrəʊbɒtʌɪz/
(also robotise)

verb

[with object] (usually as adjective robotized)
Convert (a production system, factory, etc.) to operation by robots: robotized manufacturing systems
More example sentences
  • Ten years from now forces will handle robotized equipment, weapons based on new physical principles, and non-lethal weapons, with precision weapons playing the predominant role.
  • The body shop is highly robotized, with 600 machines programmed for welding, bonding and handling operations.
  • For Battle Revolution, these sounds have been robotized so that each character has its own beep pitch.

Derivatives

robotization

Pronunciation: /ˌrəʊbɒtʌɪˈzeɪʃ(ə)n/
noun
Example sentences
  • The alleged loss of meaning and the robotization of humanity are not his only concerns.
  • Taiwan's level of industrial automation and robotization is nearly at the level of advanced industrial countries.
  • In manufacturing, the increasingly tight marriage between robotization and high-powered computers keeps reducing the number of human beings who have to be present on the shop floor.

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