Complete Definition of "synthesize"

English

Alternative spellings
synthesise (UK)

Verb
en-verb|synthesiz|ing

  1. transitive To combine two or more things to produce a new, more complex product.
  2. intransitive|of two or more things To be combined produce|producing a new, more complex product.
  3. transitive|chemistry To produce a substance by chemical synthesis.
  4. intransitive|chemistry|of a substance To be produced a by chemical synthesis.

Derived terms
photosynthesize

Translations

trans-top|To combine things to produce a new, more complex product
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Swedish: syntetisera
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<!--this is the intransitive sense-->
trans-top|To be combined producing a new, more complex product
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<!--(chemistry) this is the transitive sense-->
trans-top|To produce a substance by chemical synthesis
Korean: í©ì±íë¤
trans-mid
Swedish: syntetisera
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<!--(chemistry) this is the intransitive sense-->
trans-top|To be produced a by chemical synthesis
Korean: í©ì±ëë¤
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