lo·cal·ized also British lo·cal·isedlo·cal·iz·ing also British lo·cal·is·ing
: to make local; especially : to fix in or confine to a definite place or part <hot applications helped to localize the infection>
: to accumulate in or be restricted to a specific or limited area <this parasite localizes and grows in the muscle—Morris Fishbein>
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