polarize definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To induce polarization in; impart polarity to.
    • resulting in to concentrate about two conflicting or contrasting opportunities.
    • To communicate polarity to.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To acquire polarity.
    • resulting in polarization of light.
  • verb:
    • To cause to own a polarization.
    • To cause a group becoming divided into extremes.
    • come to be polarized in a conflict or contrasting circumstance
    • cause to vibrate in a certain design
    • cause to focus about two conflicting or contrasting opportunities
  • others:
    • to build up polarization in, like in a ray of light which can be put to work by specific media and surfaces; provide polarity to. See polarization.
    • In electrical energy, to coating with a film of fuel, once the unfavorable plate in a voltaic mobile. Also spelled polarise.
    • In electrical energy, to-fall down in electromotive power, as a voltaic cell, by the liberation of hydrogen within positive terminal.

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