Meaning of LOCALIZE in English
EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES
Croft plans to localize his campaign to each state.
EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS
In 1850 the food industries were generally small-scale and localized.
Is the pain localized to the neck or does it radiate to shoulder, arm, or hand?
Moreover, traditional and historical factors can do much to localize the significance of even such evidence as seems firm.
Peasant violence was generally localized and poorly organized, but there were serious risings in almost every decade of the seventeenth century.
The last outbreak of Hepatitis A in the city occurred in 1992 when the virus was localized among gay men.
When the sheet is examined in the electron microscope filaments are seen to be localized at the upper surface.
Longman DOCE5 Extras English vocabulary. Дополнительный английский словарь Longman DOCE5. 2012