Examples of regularize in a Sentence
Under the program, illegal immigrants would be able to apply to regularize their status.
the garment industry agreed to regularize women's clothing sizes so one company's size six wasn't another company's size ten
Recent Examples of regularize from the Web
Some state governments have tried in recent years to regularize wages for domestic workers — in Rajasthan, for example, they now must be paid at least $87 a month.
Under May’s proposal, EU citizens with legal residence in the U.K. will not be asked to leave and will be offered a chance to regularize their situation after Brexit.
The local government switched garbage providers and has promised to regularize service.
The Cuban government has been seeking an accord with Major League Baseball to regularize transfers of Cuban players.
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Definition of regularize for English Language Learners
: to make (something, such as a situation) regular, legal, or officially accepted
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