[ US /ˈmɪnɪtʃɝˌaɪz/ ]
  1. design or construct on a smaller scale
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How To Use miniaturize In A Sentence

  • IMAGINE A NANOTECHNOLOGY MACHINE far beyond the state of the art: a microminiaturized rotary motor and propeller system that drives a tiny vessel through liquid. A decent, popular article on intelligent design
  • Recent designs have miniaturized electrical motors activating a pusher plate within the device, but connected to externally carried batteries by wire, or by a transcutaneous electrical energy transfer system.
  • The young man had a miniaturized microphone clipped to the inside of his shirt collar, so he could subvocalize information to the all-but-invisible receiver in the President's left ear. Moonwar
  • Indeed, oversized watch pockets have become common to accommodate all the little electrical geegaws that have replaced the watch as must-have undersized, overpriced miniaturized technology for the hep person on the go.
  • Sporadic heavy-handedness aside, the film works nicely both as a character drama and a cannily miniaturized epic, a modestly scaled but undeniably affecting fable with lingering moral heft.
  • The second item was a small disk, less than one and a half inches in diameter, upon which had been electronically recorded a microminiaturized photo-print of goodwill letters from various heads of states around the world. First Man
  • He may not be alive tomorrow and we can't miniaturise for quite a while, someone said. Fantastic Voyage
  • Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have demonstrated a microminiaturized device that can make complex viscosity measurements-critical data for a wide variety of fields dealing with things that have to flow-on sample sizes as small as a few nanoliters. RedOrbit News - Technology
  • She has blown up some of the individual drawings and panels from the book, taking them out of context, yet most of the pages themselves are miniaturised so you can barely see them.
  • Finally, a different technology relies on catheters with several miniaturized solid state transducers as an alternative to the conventional manometry equipment.
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