- v. British alternative spelling of harmonize.
- v. write a harmony for
- v. bring into consonance or accord
- v. sing or play in harmony
- v. go together
- v. bring (several things) into consonance or relate harmoniously
- v. bring into consonance, harmony, or accord while making music or singing
- harmony + -ise (Wiktionary)
“As a measure, CPI was introduced to 'harmonise' inflation reporting between nations, and it is our equivalent of the EU HICP measure.”
“Justice minister Patrick Chinamasa recently said government was mulling to "harmonise" presidential and parliamentary elections to be held concurrently.”
“Watch out for the rush to "harmonise" with Ireland on data retention.”
“European regulators of the single market should strive not to "harmonise" taxes and social policy across the continent, but to foster growth on the principle of comparative advantage among differentiated economies.”
“Zimbabwe and the Democratic Republic of Congo have signed memoranda of understanding to "harmonise" transport and mining development between the two countries.”
“Watch out, in the next few years, for entertainment industry lobbyists calling for the US and EU to "harmonise" their terms with Mexico's.”
“The veteran opposition leader, left out of Kabila's government, had told students that he was in contact with Kabila to "harmonise" their views on the country's political institutions.”
“But in their case, and in the case of so many other powerful modern writers, the emotions required are simple and direct, such as harmonise well with the work of men's hands and the old eternal struggle with the elements.”
“He also said that organising the event with participation from different nationalities will further "harmonise" poetry in the region and "raise" the Malay language in international poetry.”
“It is therefore incumbent on those national governments to 'harmonise' their fiscal policy in accordance with the prevailing EMU monetary policy and with other EMU nations 'fiscal policy.”
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