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standardize

verb [T] ( UK also standardise)
 
 
/ˈstændədaɪz/
to make things of the same type have the same basic features: standardize procedures/processes/systems The agreement requires states to standardize their tax collection systems. The profile summarizes key information about a mutual fund in a standardized format designed to make it easier to compare funds.
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