robotize
transitive verb (-ized; -izing) Date: 1927 1. to make automatic ; equip with robots 2. to turn (a human being) into a robot

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  • robotizes — robotize (Amer.) rəʊbÉ‘taɪz / bÉ’t v. turn something into a robot; automate or mechanize something; adapt the use of robots (also robotise) …   English contemporary dictionary

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