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quantize

verb quan·tize \ˈkwän-ˌtīz\
quan·tizedquan·tiz·ing

Definition of QUANTIZE

transitive verb
1
:  to subdivide (as energy) into small but measurable increments
2
:  to calculate or express in terms of quantum mechanics
quan·ti·za·tion \ˌkwän-tə-ˈzā-shən\ noun
quan·tiz·er \ˈkwän-ˌtī-zər\ noun
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Origin of QUANTIZE

quantum
First Known Use: 1922
Medical Dictionary

quantize

transitive verb quan·tize
quan·tized also British quan·tisedquan·tiz·ing also British quan·tis·ing

Medical Definition of QUANTIZE

1
:  to subdivide (as energy) into small but measurable increments
2
:  to calculate or express in terms of quantum mechanics
quan·ti·za·tion also British quan·ti·sa·tion \ˌkwän-tə-ˈzā-shən\ noun
quan·tiz·er also British quan·tis·er \ˈkwän-ˌtī-zər\ noun

Variants of QUANTIZE

quan·tize also British quan·tise \ˈkwänt-ˌtīz\

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