expertize

verb
ex·​pert·​ize | \ ˈek-spər-ˌtīz How to pronounce expertize (audio) \
expertized; expertizing

Definition of expertize

intransitive verb

: to give a professional opinion usually after careful study

transitive verb

: to examine and give expert judgment on

First Known Use of expertize

1889, in the meaning defined at intransitive sense

History and Etymology for expertize

expert entry 1 + -ize, probably after French expertiser

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The first known use of expertize was in 1889

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