harmonizes, 3rd person singular present; harmonized, past tense; harmonized, past participle; harmonising, present participle; harmonised, past participle; harmonised, past tense; harmonizing, present participle; harmonises, 3rd person singular present;
Add notes to (a melody) to produce harmony
Sing in harmony
she scats and harmonizes simultaneously
Produce a pleasing visual combination
the containers harmonize in color, texture, and shape with the flowers they display
the economic group founded to harmonize national development plans
consonant: involving or characterized by harmony
(harmonise) harmonize: go together; "The colors don't harmonize"; "Their ideas concorded"
(Harmonisation) This may mean bringing national laws into line with one another, very often in order to remove national barriers that obstruct the free movement of workers, goods, services and capital. ...
(Harmonisation) Term used to describe the reduction in levels and dispersion of tariffs (see compression). Also used in submissions by WTO members to refer to the convergence of tariffs to a low level within a sector.
(Harmonisation) This means co-ordinating national policies and technical standards so that products and services can be traded freely throughout the EU. ...
(Harmonisation) donors’ actions are more harmonized, transparent and collectively effective
(Harmonise) To bring a selection of colours together, which when together, complement each other.