ruggedise


ruggedise
ruggedise (Amer.) v. build fragile instruments (such as cameras or electronic equipment etc.) so they are resistant to shock and vibration, adapt delicate items to withstand rough treatment (also ruggedize)

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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  • ruggedise — /ˈrʌgədaɪz/ (say ruguhduyz) verb (t) (ruggedised, ruggedising) to make durable enough to withstand extreme conditions of use. Also, ruggedize. –ruggedisation, noun …   Australian English dictionary

  • ruggedise — verb produce in a version designed to withstand rough usage Detroit ruggedized the family car • Syn: ↑ruggedize • Derivationally related forms: ↑ruggedisation, ↑ruggedization (for: ↑ruggedize) …   Useful english dictionary

  • ruggedised — ruggedise (Amer.) v. build fragile instruments (such as cameras or electronic equipment etc.) so they are resistant to shock and vibration, adapt delicate items to withstand rough treatment (also ruggedize) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • ruggedises — ruggedise (Amer.) v. build fragile instruments (such as cameras or electronic equipment etc.) so they are resistant to shock and vibration, adapt delicate items to withstand rough treatment (also ruggedize) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • ruggedising — ruggedise (Amer.) v. build fragile instruments (such as cameras or electronic equipment etc.) so they are resistant to shock and vibration, adapt delicate items to withstand rough treatment (also ruggedize) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • ruggedize — verb produce in a version designed to withstand rough usage Detroit ruggedized the family car • Syn: ↑ruggedise • Derivationally related forms: ↑ruggedisation (for: ↑ruggedise), ↑ruggedization …   Useful english dictionary

  • ruggedize — /rug i duyz /, v.t., ruggedized, ruggedizing. to construct (electronic equipment, cameras, and other delicate instruments) so as to be resistant to shock, vibration, etc. Also, esp. Brit., ruggedise. [1955 60; RUGGED + IZE] * * * …   Universalium

  • ruggedize — (Amer.) v. build fragile instruments (such as cameras or electronic equipment etc.) so they are resistant to shock and vibration, adapt delicate items to withstand rough treatment (also ruggedise) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • ruggedized — ruggedize (Amer.) v. build fragile instruments (such as cameras or electronic equipment etc.) so they are resistant to shock and vibration, adapt delicate items to withstand rough treatment (also ruggedise) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • ruggedizes — ruggedize (Amer.) v. build fragile instruments (such as cameras or electronic equipment etc.) so they are resistant to shock and vibration, adapt delicate items to withstand rough treatment (also ruggedise) …   English contemporary dictionary


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