weatherize

verb weath·er·ize \ ˈwe-t͟hə-ˌrīz \

Definition of weatherize

weatherized; weatherizing
transitive verb
: to make (something, such as a house) better protected against winter weather (as by adding insulation)

weatherization

play \ˌwet͟h-rə-ˈzā-shən, ˌwe-t͟hə-\ noun

Examples of weatherize in a Sentence

  1. We'll weatherize the cabin with insulation.

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First Known Use of weatherize

1943


WEATHERIZE Defined for English Language Learners

weatherize

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Definition of weatherize for English Language Learners

  • : to make (a building, such as a house) better protected against winter weather


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