transistorize [tran-zis-tuh-rahyz] Word Origin verb (used with object), tran·sis·tor·ized, tran·sis·tor·iz·ing. Electronics.

  1. to equip with or convert to a circuit employing transistors.

Also especially British, tran·sis·tor·ise. Origin of transistorize First recorded in 1950–55; transistor + -ize British Dictionary definitions for transistorize transistorize transistorise verb

  1. to convert (a system, device, industry, etc) to the use or manufacture of or operation by transistors and other solid-state components
  2. to equip (a device or circuit) with transistors and other solid-state components

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