segmentize

transitive verb seg·ment·ize \ˈsegmən‧ˌtīz\

Definition of segmentize

-ed/-ing/-s

  1. :  segmentalize segmentize production into unit tasks — Jackson Martindell sectarian programs segmentize the community — H. J. Whiting has been so segmentized that he has lost the concept of life as a basic unity — Harry Schacter

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Origin and Etymology of segmentize

1segment + -ize


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