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synthesize

 [sin´thĕ-sīz″]
to produce by synthesis.

syn·the·size

(sin'thĕ-sīz),
To make something by synthesis, that is, synthetically.

synthesize

(sĭn′thĭ-sīz′)
v. synthe·sized, synthe·sizing, synthe·sizes
v.tr.
To form or produce by chemical synthesis.

syn·the·size

(sin'thĕ-sīz)
To make something by synthesis, i.e., synthetically.
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