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Definition of -IZE
What does -IZE mean?
- Used to form verbs from nouns or adjectives, the verbs having the sense of "to make what is denoted by the noun/adjective".
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Making New Words (2014)
Morphological Derivation in English by R. M. W Dixon
Agon-ize is an intransitive verb; if S agon-izes over P, then S subjects themself to agony concerning P. (m) A represents X of/for O. For example, if A is a symbol of O, then A symbol-izes O, as in The fall of the Berlin Wall symbol-iz-ed (that is, ...
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