To prepare an automobile or other motor vehicle for use during the cold season, paying special attention to the type of oil or grease most suitable for operation in severely cold weather.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • winterize — (Amer.) win·ter·ize || wɪntÉ™raɪz v. prepare something for winter (i.e. cars, houses etc.), winterise …   English contemporary dictionary

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  • winterize — or winterise verb chiefly N. Amer. adapt or prepare for use in cold weather. Derivatives winterization noun …   English new terms dictionary

  • winterize — verb (T) AmE to prepare your car, house etc for winter conditions …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • winterize — win·ter·ize …   English syllables

  • winterize — win•ter•ize [[t]ˈwɪn təˌraɪz[/t]] v. t. ized, iz•ing bui to prepare (something) by various measures to be functional in or to withstand cold weather • Etymology: 1925–30 win ter•i•za′tion, n. win′ter•iz er, n …   From formal English to slang

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