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unitize

Syllabification: u·nit·ize
Pronunciation: /ˈyo͞onəˌtīz
 
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Definition of unitize in English:

verb

[with object] (usually as adjective unitized)
1Form into a single unit by combining parts into a whole: a six-cylinder engine and a unitized body with thousands of welds
More example sentences
  • Following this members continue with the plan which offers more flexibility and choice and because all foods are unitised you can eat what you like and still lose weight.
  • Specialty absorptives are unitized, multilayered dressings that consist of highly absorptive layers of fibers, such as absorbent cellulose, cotton, or rayon.
  • Since the facade panels are unitized, the detailing between adjacent panels had to be such that the large out-of-plane deflections could be accommodated without compromising the weather seal.
1.1Package (cargo) into unit loads: a unitized load
More example sentences
  • In the 1960s it began using unitised loads based on steel pallets capable of carrying up to fifteen tons.
  • The warehouse must stock the products that will later be shipped, pick the products that have been ordered and package or unitize those products for shipment.
  • The distribution of the weight did not render the unitised press unsafe for normal container transit.

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