2. Verb. (transitive) To give an expert opinion on; to assess. ¹
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Definition of Expertize
1. [v -IZED, -IZING, -IZES]
Lexicographical Neighbors of Expertize
Literary usage of Expertize
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Exemplary Theatre by Harley Granville-Barker (1922)
"But with as great a reliance on expertize as they must have for their education system, for their local hospital (as dose and as loose a bond as commonly ..."
2. Russia in Upheaval by Edward Alsworth Ross (1918)
"... the discoverer of the immortal "Periodic Law" in chemistry, did little the last thirty years of his life but expertize. It is said that when a famous ..."
3. The British Navy in Battle by Arthur Joseph Hungerford Pollen (1919)
"... the possibilities of new weapons were really untold and untellable, what was the use of worrying about experiment and knowledge, judgment and expertize? ..."
4. The Lower Canada Jurist: Collection de Décisions Du Bas Canada by Strachan Bethune, John Sprott Archibald, William Hey, John Stuart Buchan (1861)
"The expertize in question appears to have been rendered necessary by the demand of the defendant ; and from the fact of the defendant having advanced a part ..."
5. The Montreal Law Reports: Court of Queen's Bench by James Kirby (1886)
"... work was absolutely worthless and would have required entire renewal, so that if the expertize allowed him something for his work he cannot complain. ..."
6. A Digest of All the Reports Published in Lower Canada, to 1863 by Québec (Province), Andrew Robertson (1864)
"... that he had no right to the exclusive use of the water. but had a right to damages, and an expertize was ordered to determine the amount of damages, ..."