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Princeton's WordNet

  1. standardization, standardisation, normalization, normalisationnoun

    the imposition of standards or regulations

    "a committee was appointed to recommend terminological standardization"

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of normalisation in Chaldean Numerology is: 8

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of normalisation in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

Examples of normalisation in a Sentence

  1. Neil Quilliam:

    (The meeting with Netanyahu) aimed to highlight that MbS (Mohammed bin Salman) is more willing than his father to take steps towards normalisation without first reaching a two-state solution.

  2. Frederik Ducrozet:

    The new forward guidance is consistent with the ECB hiking rates even later than under the previous framework (but) it does not fundamentally change the criteria that will trigger policy normalisation.

  3. Dmitry Peskov:

    Through dialogue, it is possible to find ways for a normalisation, closer coordination in dealing with international problems.

  4. Alex Thorndike:

    As the Fed's path to normalisation in its monetary policy becomes clearer as we venture into 2016, we may see some stabilisation in gold and silver with an eventual move higher into H2 2016, in the shorter term, however, things could deteriorate further.

  5. Socrates Lazaridis:

    The second day of trading showed clear signs we are moving towards a normalisation of the market after the long shutdown, of the 25 constituent stocks on the FTSE large cap index, 20 are trading positively. Only the banks are moving negatively.

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