Examples of formalize in a Sentence
The company has formalized its hiring practices.
Congress formalized the policy by making it law.
Recent Examples of formalize from the Web
The next steps for the new coalition are to formalize as a non-profit organization, create a leadership team, and raise funds for its research and lobbying efforts, Greuling said.
If that backs the agreement, lawmakers will have to amend the constitution to formalize the name change.
Jeter told the board's policy committee that the new policy would formalize the exceptions for the governor and state superintendent because they are specifically elected to deal with education policy.
Commissioners formalized the relationship through an agreement appointing the organization as the county’s destination marketing organization.
Her focus all along has been children and this launch is meant to formalize what her role will be for the next three to seven years,’’ said Stephanie Grisham, Melania’s spokeswoman.
Saving face, the White House in August directed the Pentagon to formalize the president’s tweet.
At a signing event at the Edwards Campus on June 12, education leaders formalized the program, and touted it for reducing the cost of earning a degree and helping students enter the workforce faster.
If a federal judge approves that acquisition deal, Comcast will formalize its offer to acquire most of 21st Century Fox on Wednesday.
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FORMALIZE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of formalize for English Language Learners
: to make (something) formal : to give proper or official form to (something)
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