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automate vs. automatize Options
Roman86
Posted: Friday, November 15, 2019 12:53:56 AM
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1. to automate – automated – automation
2. to automatize – automatized – automatization

For instance, "a fully automated/automatized system".
Is there a slight difference in meaning or are they both equal?
Which one sounds better?
It seems to me that "to automate" is more natural, isn't it?
ARMECH
Posted: Friday, November 15, 2019 1:25:07 AM
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Both Exist. But Automate is more common and widespread, and Yes better sounding too.
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