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English definition of “monetize”


verb [T]
/ˈmɒnətaɪz/ ( UK also monetise)
FINANCE to change something into money of equal value: monetize an asset/a debt Monetizing debt is a complicated investment few understand.
FINANCE, MARKETING to cause something to earn money: We can monetize website traffic by showing advertisements.
(Definition of monetize from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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