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Harmonization — Har mo*ni*za tion (h[aum]r m[ o]*n[i^]*z[=a] sh[u^]n), n. The act of harmonizing. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
harmonization — index accommodation (adjustment), accordance (understanding), arrangement (understanding) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton … Law dictionary
harmonization — 1772, from HARMONIZE (Cf. harmonize) + ATION (Cf. ation) … Etymology dictionary
harmonization — (Amer.) n. bringing into harmony, bringing into agreement, reconciliation; (Music) addition of harmony to a melody (also harmonisation) … English contemporary dictionary
harmonization — harmonize har‧mo‧nize [ˈhɑːmənaɪz ǁ ˈhɑːr ] also harmonise verb [transitive] to make two or more systems, sets of rules etc more similar so that they work better together: • a European Commission directive to harmonise rules on copyright in… … Financial and business terms
harmonization — i. The process of bore sighting or aligning all guns so that they will fire according to a desired bullet pattern at a given range. In the harmonization process, the gun sight is also harmonized. A harmonization board is used for the entire… … Aviation dictionary
harmonization — 1) The harmonization of financial reporting internationally, especially as a result of the activities of the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB). 2) The harmonization of practices and regulations in the member states of the European… … Accounting dictionary
harmonization — harmonize (also harmonise) ► VERB 1) Music add notes to (a melody) to produce harmony. 2) make or be harmonious. DERIVATIVES harmonization noun … English terms dictionary
harmonization — The process and/or results of adjusting differences or inconsistencies to bring significant features into agreement … Military dictionary
harmonization — noun see harmonize … New Collegiate Dictionary
harmonization — See harmonize. * * * … Universalium