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- v. Alternative form of synthesize.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See synthesize.
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- v. combine so as to form a more complex, product
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After all, the best way to synthesise skin that appears human would be to use human biological architecture, which might result in an effect similar to ageing.
How do you synthesise creativity with practicality in your work?
On many issues, they have managed to transcend, synthesise, compromise, park or fudge their differences.
Her heroines at the time were Margaret Thatcher and Madonna and it might be said that her life subsequently has been one long attempt to synthesise these two contentious feminist models, the Iron Lady and the Material Girl, into a modernised version of traditional Conservatism.
The new DG says his aim is to synthesise the best of each of them.
It's very raw data, and we have wonderful pattern-matching systems inside our head that we use to synthesise the world, which we then move and walk through.
It is also forging ahead with alternative energies from solar to wind and geothermal, and has recently developed the use of viruses to synthesise batteries that could prove crucial in the advancement of electric cars.
Until recently it was thought that we needed to eat the eight amino acids we cannot synthesise ourselves in combinations at the same time to be able to make use of plant protein.
I have no idea whether Palin has the ability to dissect, synthesise and reach a conclusion on anything from cooking a pie to pushing for a deeper hole to be dug in Afghanistan.
It's achieved through a reaction known as the Fischer-Tropsch process – most commonly used to synthesise liquid fuel from coal.