Definition of monetize
monetizationplay \ˌmä-nə-tə-ˈzā-shən also ˌmə-\ noun
Recent Examples of monetize from the Web
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As a result, advertisers will have to chase down these younger viewers on their mobile devices, where Facebook and Google have essentially staked out a duopoly on monetizing search and social.
Last month, lawmakers reached out to big Wall Street firms including Goldman Sachs, asking them not to help the country monetize its $7.7 billion in gold reserves.
Meanwhile, Facebook has only begun monetizing these platforms.
Between the administration's budget, and its lubricious impulse to monetize everything, if the glaciers disappear, the naming rights to Exxon-Mobil National Park and Energy Terminal will bring in millions.
Sure, but the latter will find a way to monetize the former.
Encourage innovation, and the launch of new business models – particularly since many partners find that eBay is a great way to monetize sites, applications, etc.
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Origin and Etymology of monetize
First Known Use: circa 1879See Words from the same year
Legal Definition of monetize
1 : to coin into money; also : to establish as legal tender
2 : to purchase (public or private debt) and thereby free for other uses moneys that would have been devoted to debt service
3 : to utilize (something of value) as a source of profit
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