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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsynthesizesyn‧the‧size (also synthesise British English) /ˈsɪnθɪsaɪz/ verb [transitive]  1 TIHCto make something by combining different things or substances DDT is a pesticide that was first synthesized in 1874.2 TITOGETHERto combine separate things into a complete whole3 APMTCto produce sounds, speech, or music electronically→ See Verb table
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synthesizeFor we have wants at the margin only so far as they are synthesized.It is possible to synthesize all your personal and career needs to find out which career will give you the most satisfaction.The clock apparently marks time by carrying out a predictable and elaborate process of synthesizing and destroying molecules within living cells.This is the problem with synthesized foods, where the components are assembled according to a fashionable recipe.The spider can synthesize several different silk proteins.This authenticity seems to incorporate and synthesize suffering, to give a profound and valued richness to a whole life.He synthesized the landscape and the garden plot.However, he also acknowledges that any actual legal system synthesizes the static and the dynamic principles.The facilitator duly notes each comment, then asks your group to process and synthesize what you have heard.New substances were synthesized which acted rather like the ganglion-blockers and lowered blood pressure, but showed distinct and important differences.