computerize

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to enter data into such a system
to equip with a computer or a computer system
to convert a manual function or system into a computer system
control a function, process, or creation by a computer; "They computerized the car industry"; "we live in a cybernated age"; "cybernate a factory"
store in a computer; "computerized dictionary"
provide with computers; "Our office is fully computerized now"
provide with computers; "Our office is fully computerized now
com·put·er·ize computerizes computerizing computerized in BRIT, also use computerise To computerize a system, process, or type of work means to arrange for a lot of the work to be done by computer. I'm trying to make a spreadsheet up to computerize everything that's done by hand at the moment Many hospitals say they simply can't afford to computerize. + computerization com·put·eri·za·tion the benefits of computerization. to use a computer to control the way something is done, to store information etc
{f} carry out or produce by means of a computer, equip with computers; store in a computer; mechanize (also computerise)
computerise
Alternative spelling of computerize
computerised
Functioning upon or through the medium of computers; digital
computerised
Simple past tense and past participle of computerise
computerise
mostly, UK, altspellpar, computerize
computerise
store in a computer; "computerized dictionary"
computerise
{f} carry out or produce by means of a computer, equip with computers; store in a computer; mechanize (also computerize)
computerise
provide with computers; "Our office is fully computerized now"
computerise
control a function, process, or creation by a computer; "They computerized the car industry"; "we live in a cybernated age"; "cybernate a factory"
computerised
Having undergone computerisation
computerised
{s} using computers, having computers, equipped with computers, analyzed or processed by computer (also computerized)
computerised
past of computerise
computerised
stored, processed, analyzed, or generated by computer
computerization
{i} installation of computers, equipping with computers; use of computers (also computerisation)
computerization
the control of processes by computer
computerization
the act of computerizing something, or something computerized
computerized
com·put·er·ized in BRIT, also use computerised1. A computerized system, process, or business is one in which the work is done by computer. The National Cancer Institute now has a computerized system that can quickly provide information. the most highly computerized businesses
computerized
{s} using computers, having computers, equipped with computers, analyzed or processed by computer (also computerised)
computerized
Computerized information is stored on a computer. Computerized data bases are proliferating fast The public registry in Panama City keeps computerized records of all companies
computerized
stored, processed, analyzed, or generated by computer
computerizes
third-person singular of computerize
computerize
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