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normalize

v.1.To make normal; as, to normalize relations with China.
2.To make standard; determine the value by comparison to an item of known standard value; as, The test results were normalized for changes in the number of questions before comparison with the previous year's values.
3.To convert to a standard form or measure; adjust the value or values so as to conform to a standard measure or pattern; as, The probabilities were normalized to add up to 1.00.
Verb1.normalize - become normal or return to its normal state; "Let us hope that relations with this country will normalize soon"
Synonyms: normalise
2.normalize - make normal or cause to conform to a norm or standard; "normalize relations with China"; "normalize the temperature"; "normalize the spelling"
3.normalize - toughen (steel or glass) by a process of gradually heating and cooling; "temper glass"
Synonyms: anneal, temper
adjust, arrange, array, assimilate to, balance, chart, codify, conform, control, cool off, coordinate, damp, deploy, dispose, equalize, equilibrize, even, fix, flatten, form, formalize, grade, harmonize, hierarchize, homogenize, lay out, level, line up, make uniform, marshal, methodize, order, organize, pacify, plan, quiet, rank, rationalize, regularize, regulate, routinize, set up, settle, smooth, stabilize, standardize, stereotype, structure, symmetrize, synchronize, systematize, tranquilize, tune, tune up, uniformize
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