Definition of winterize in English:
verb[with object] (usually be winterized) chiefly North American
Adapt or prepare (something, especially a house or an automobile) for use in cold weather: a waterfront cottage that Dixon had winterized
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- With cold weather approaching, it's time to winterize your home.
- Colyer's house was winterized, making it possible for Kensett to paint there throughout the year.
- I'll be traveling during the winter months and want to winterize my home.
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- With that realization, the push for facility winterization and year-round programming began.
- This is for winterization of your pond and works in water temperature under 55°F. It will help to decompose the leaves, scum, sediment, and other organic matter during fall and winter.
- Trying to get reliable information on winterization and sparring with marinas about what services I had to purchase and what I could do myself was more hassle than it was worth.
Words that rhyme with winterizevectorize • enterprise • microenterprise
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