Definition of “synthesize” - English Dictionary

“synthesize” in British English

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synthesizeverb [ T ]

specialized UK usually synthesise uk /ˈsɪn.θə.saɪz/ us /ˈsɪn.θə.saɪz/

to produce a substance by a chemical reaction in plants or animals:

There are many vitamins that the body cannot synthesize itself.

(Definition of “synthesize” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

“synthesize” in Business English

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synthesizeverb [ T ]

UK also synthesise uk /ˈsɪnθəsaɪz/ us

PRODUCTION to produce a substance by combining other substances chemically:

synthesized drugs

to put separate facts, etc. together to form a single piece of work:

The findings from the five separate studies have been synthesized in the report.

to produce sound electronically:

The project group is working on perfecting synthesized speech.

(Definition of “synthesize” from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)