verb (used with object), revolutionized, revolutionizing.
to bring about a revolution in; effect a radical change in: to revolutionize petroleum refining methods.
to subject to a political revolution.
Also, especially British, revolutionise.

1790–1800; revolution + -ize

revolutionizer, noun
quasi-revolutionized, adjective
unrevolutionized, adjective Unabridged
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revolutionize or revolutionise (ˌrɛvəˈluːʃəˌnaɪz)
1.  to bring about a radical change in: science has revolutionized civilization
2.  to inspire or infect with revolutionary ideas: they revolutionized the common soldiers
3.  to cause a revolution in (a country, etc)
revolutionise or revolutionise
revo'lutionizer or revolutionise
revo'lutioniser or revolutionise

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Example sentences
We all know that e-mail is a medium with the potential to revolutionize, if not
  replace, print rejection letters.
Regardless, your guide helped revolutionize an industry.
It is the perennial new idea that will revolutionize transportation.
Maybe, a good research could revolutionize the way each side looks each other.
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