Harmonize [verb]

Definition of Harmonize:

correspond, match

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Sentence/Example of Harmonize:

The platform also boasts a “duet” feature in which users can create a video side-by-side with an existing one, allowing different singers to harmonize.

It’s important to remember that the GDPR, which was agreed to in 2016 and put into force two years later, was largely intended to harmonize a headache-inducingly fragmented regulatory landscape for companies operating in Europe.

The legal one involves harmonizing human laws with the laws of the Earth.

The artists’ works harmonize in Adah Rose Gallery’s “The Song of Earth Has Many Different Chords,” which is well served by the venue’s new, larger space in the same building that has long housed it.

A reliable 5G network will require a massively expensive physical buildout, tremendous amounts of electrical power, and a significant amount of what’s called “harmonized mobile spectrum.”

What the ear hears is the fundamental pitch only; the overtones harmonize with the primary or fundamental tone, and enrich it.

Because of the church's imperfection, none of her procedures harmonize completely, either with one another, or with the truth.

Let each part of the dress harmonize with all the rest; avoid the extreme of fashion, and let the dress suit you.

The colors must also be carefully arranged, so as to blend or harmonize with each other.

Many of these dark colors would harmonize with one another, but would be so dark that they would not be pleasing.