Need another word that means the same as “normalize”? Find 21 synonyms and 30 related words for “normalize” in this overview.
The synonyms of “Normalize” are: normalise, renormalise, renormalize, anneal, temper, modify, alter, regulate, tune, fine-tune, calibrate, balance, adjust, fix, set, set right, set to rights, standardize, make good, put in working order, overhaul
Normalize as a Verb
Definitions of "Normalize" as a verb
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “normalize” as a verb can have the following definitions:
- Bring to a desired consistency, texture, or hardness by a process of gradually heating and cooling.
- (in floating-point representation) express (a number) in the standard form as regards the position of the radix point, usually immediately following the first non-zero digit.
- Multiply (a series, function or item of data) by a factor that makes the norm or some associated quantity such as an integral equal to a desired value (usually 1.
- Become normal or return to its normal state.
- Make normal or cause to conform to a norm or standard.
- Bring or return to a normal or standard condition or state.
Synonyms of "Normalize" as a verb (21 Words)
|adjust||Permit small alterations or movements so as to achieve a desired fit, appearance, or result.|
She must be allowed to grieve and to adjust in her own way.
|alter||Make an alteration to.|
Plans to alter the dining hall.
|anneal||Heat (metal or glass) and allow it to cool slowly, in order to remove internal stresses and make it easier to work.|
The chimneys of annealing furnaces.
|balance||Bring into balance or equilibrium.|
They are struggling to balance work and family life.
|calibrate||Correlate the readings of (an instrument) with those of a standard in order to check the instrument’s accuracy.|
He calibrated the thermometer for the Celsius scale.
|fine-tune||Make fine adjustments or divide into marked intervals for optimal measuring.|
|fix||Decide upon or fix definitely.|
Let s fix the picture to the frame.
|make good||Be or be capable of being changed or made into.|
|modify||Cause to change; make different; cause a transformation.|
Please modify this letter to make it more polite.
|normalise||Become normal or return to its normal state.|
|overhaul||Overtake (someone), especially in a sporting event.|
You should overhaul your car engine.
|put in working order||Put into a certain place or abstract location.|
|regulate||Check the emission of (sound.|
Regulate the temperature.
|renormalise||Make normal or cause to conform to a norm or standard.|
|renormalize||Apply renormalization to.|
Physicists initially renormalized the mass to get rid of the infinity.
|set||Set in type.|
I usually set my alarm clock for eight.
|set right||Set in type.|
|set to rights||Put into a certain place or abstract location.|
|standardize||Cause to conform to standard or norm.|
The weights and measures were standardized.
|temper||Make more temperate acceptable or suitable by adding something else moderate.|
She tempered her criticism.
|tune||Adjust (a receiver circuit such as a radio or television) to the frequency of the required signal.|
Tune the engine.
Usage Examples of "Normalize" as a verb
- The situation had normalized.
- Normalize the temperature.
- Both sets of data have been normalized such that the lowest value is equal to 1.
- Normalize relations with China.
- Let us hope that relations with this country will normalize soon.
- Normalize the spelling.
- The two countries normalized diplomatic relations in 1995.
Associations of "Normalize" (30 Words)
|accustomed||In the habit of or adapted to.|
His accustomed thoroughness.
|banal||So lacking in originality as to be obvious and boring.|
Songs with banal repeated words.
|banality||The fact or condition of being banal; unoriginality.|
There is an essential banality to the story he tells.
|bland||(of food or drink) unseasoned, mild-tasting, or insipid.|
Bland mass produced pop music.
|cliche||A trite or obvious remark.|
The dwellings of common people.
|commonplace||A notable passage in a work copied into a commonplace book.|
The usual commonplace remarks.
|conventional||Following accepted customs and proprieties.|
Agreement on reducing conventional forces in Europe.
|customary||According to the customs or usual practices associated with a particular society, place, or set of circumstances.|
Sealed the deal with the customary handshake.
|habitual||Commonly used or practiced; usual.|
His habitual dress.
|hackneyed||(of a phrase or idea) having been overused; unoriginal and trite.|
|inveterate||In a habitual and longstanding manner.|
An inveterate gambler.
|lackluster||Lacking luster or shine.|
A dull lackluster life.
|median||The median value of a range of values.|
The median part of the sternum.
|mediocre||Poor to middling in quality.|
The caliber of the students has gone from mediocre to above average.
|mediocrity||The quality or state of being mediocre.|
The team suddenly came good after years of mediocrity.
|mundane||Concerned with the world or worldly matters.|
According to the Shinto doctrine spirits of the dead can act upon the mundane world.
|ordinary||A judge of a probate court.|
Ordinary everyday objects.
|prevail||Use persuasion successfully.|
She was prevailed upon to give an account of her work.
|prevalent||Widespread in a particular area or at a particular time.|
The social ills prevalent in society today.
|quotidian||Denoting the malignant form of malaria.|
His story is an achingly human one mired in quotidian details.
|regular||A soldier in the regular army.|
A regular electrical outlet.
|routine||Organize according to a routine.|
As a matter of routine a report will be sent to the director.
|stereotyped||Viewed or represented as a stereotype.|
The film is weakened by its stereotyped characters.
|typical||Showing the characteristics expected of or popularly associated with a particular person or thing.|
The typical or normal American.
|unexceptional||Not special in any way; lacking distinction.|
An unexceptional movie.
|unimpressive||Not capable of impressing.|
Her early academic record was unimpressive.
|unremarkable||Found in the ordinary course of events.|
His early childhood was unremarkable.
The child s usual bedtime.
|workday||A day on which work is done.|
Saturdays were workdays for him.