verb (used with object), pres·sur·ized, pres·sur·iz·ing.
to raise the internal atmospheric pressure
of to the required or desired level: to pressurize an astronaut's spacesuit before a walk in space.
to maintain normal air pressure
in (the cockpit or cabin of an airplane) at high altitudes.
to apply pressure
to (a gas or liquid); supercharge.
Also, especially British, pres·sur·ise.
re·pres·su·rize, verb, re·pres·su·rized, re·pres·su·riz·ing.
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