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contemporize (verb), contemporizes; contemporized; contemporizing
1. To make something modern or fashionable: Lois had an old dress which she tried to contemporize by sewing it in a stylish up-to-date manner.
2. To place someone or something in the same time period as others: The memories Joanna had were contemporized with old or previous times she had as a child in the country.
3. To come about or to occur at the same time; to synchronize: Rain didn’t contemporize with Janet's outdoor birthday party and everyone had a wonderful time enjoying the good food and the great weather.
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