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to make automatic.
Historical Examples

Isn’t it true that modern technology goes in the direction of automatization?
The Brain Alexander Blade

to make (a process, etc) automatic or (of a process, etc) to be made automatic

1924, noun of action from automatize.

1837, “to make into an automaton;” see automaton + -ize. Meaning “to make automatic” attested by 1952. Related: Automatized; automatizing.


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