Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • To act as a synergist. See synergist, 2.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • verb To act as a synergetic agent

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Examples

  • On a side note, it's rather funny to see that "synergize" - possibly the most meaningless word in all of tech marketing - has found its way to consumer products, too.

    Original Signal - The best of Web 2.0

  • On a side note, it's rather funny to see that "synergize" - possibly the most meaningless word in all of tech marketing - has found its way to consumer products, too.

    Original Signal - The best of Web 2.0

  • I suggest we use "synergize" -- synergizing is like Mashing 2.0

    Slashdot: Apache

  • It says so right on the sign, cleverly designed to "synergize" with the Tour of California:

    Archive 2010-05-01

  • It says so right on the sign, cleverly designed to "synergize" with the Tour of California:

    Code of Living: Choose Your Faithway

  • But once the cheese gets good and melted, the flavors kind of synergize and it gets really, really yummy.

    Firedoglake » Pull Up a Chair…

  • "synergize" it all -- would deliver much in the way of true savings.

    Auto Observer

  • Since integrating all the different group companies are fraught with regulatory and ownership problems two companies are listed and one is an unlisted joint venture with a foreign partner, the Tatas now expect to at least operationally synergize the three organizations.

    Tata's Hit-and-Miss Strategy

  • Since integrating all the different group companies are fraught with regulatory and ownership problems two companies are listed and one is an unlisted joint venture with a foreign partner, the Tatas now expect to at least operationally synergize the three organizations.

    Tata's Hit-And-Miss Strategy

  • If she asks me to synergize with my team to think outside the box?

    The 10 Best Heretical Ideas Articles of 2009 | Heretical Ideas Magazine

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