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weatherize Line breaks: weather|ize
Pronunciation: /ˈweðərʌɪz/
(also weatherise)

Definition of weatherize in English:


[with object] US
Make (a house or other building) resistant to cold weather, typically by adding insulation: the average family could save $350 on their energy bills by weatherizing their home
More example sentences
  • We are going to provide additional tax subsidies for people to weatherize their homes.
  • Second thing he says, he wants to weatherize 1 million U. S. homes.
  • Most weatherizing tasks are simple enough not to require permits.




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