Meaning of normalization in English:


Pronunciation /nɔːm(ə)lʌɪˈzeɪʃ(ə)n/

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(also British normalisation)
mass noun
  • The process of bringing or returning something to a normal condition or state.

    ‘the normalization of the situation will make the area more conducive to business activities’
    • ‘he paved the way for normalization of relations between the two countries’
    • ‘The visit symbolizes the normalization of relations between the two nations.’
    • ‘Both countries observed the 40th anniversary of the normalization of diplomatic relations this month.’
    • ‘This paved the way for normalization of post-war trade.’
    • ‘The document called for the normalization of bilateral ties.’
    • ‘This is another staging post in the steady normalisation of homosexuality which has been a feature of mainstream culture this past decade or so.’
    • ‘The two leaders agreed to resume normalization talks in October.’
    • ‘The normalization process converts text from disparate text forms to a single form that allows accurate text processing.’
    • ‘The data were subject to two subsequent normalization procedures.’
    • ‘He praised the bilateral agreement to set up working groups that will discuss diplomatic normalization.’
    • ‘He said a 'normalisation' of the firm's business had taken place.’
    • ‘They hoped that the president would re-establish law and order, and that normalization would follow.’
    • ‘The process through the 40s and 50s was one of normalisation.’
    • ‘The government began a process of political normalization during 1978 - 81.’