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[huh-mol-uh-geyt, hoh-] /həˈmɒl əˌgeɪt, hoʊ-/

verb (used with object), homologated, homologating.
to approve; confirm or ratify.
to register (a specific make of automobile in general production) so as to make it eligible for international racing competition.
verb (transitive)
(mainly Scots law) to approve or ratify (a deed or contract, esp one that is defective)
(law) to confirm (a proceeding, etc)
to recognize (a particular type of car or car component) as a production model or component rather than a prototype, as in making it eligible for a motor race


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