give legal value to or establish as the legal tender of a country
"They monetized the lira"
To convert something (especially a security) into currency
To mint money
To establish a currency as legal tender
to convert into money; to adopt as current money; as, to monetize silver
Means "To make revenue from" in as in the sentence, "Facebook has yet to figure out how to monetize their 55 million users." It used to mean the process of physically making money (like governments do), but it is rarely used in that that context anymore.
time zone, time-zone, timezone, zonetime
The numerical value of monetize in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of monetize in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
A name, address, social and a medical identity ... That's incredibly easy to monetize fairly quickly.
I personally think she has been able to monetize fame better than anybody else, a large percentage of her earnings come from her iPhone game.
Clearly in this price environment it would not make sense to monetize them and they complement things very nicely so at this point, there are no plans to sell or spin them.
The value of something not happening is very difficult to monetize, and so you have to create projects and programs whereby there are immediate as well as long-term benefits.
You really need to focus on, are you willing to back it up with litigation, because you cannot monetize through licensing without being willing to incur the risk of litigation,” Mr. Chaikovsky explained. “If you are not willing to put up a fight, everyone else knows that therefore you cannot monetize your patent.”
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