contemporise


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Related to contemporise: contemporize, contemporaneousness
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Synonyms for contemporise

arrange or represent events so that they co-occur

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Vauxhall's Simon Ewart: "Motorists love to drive, but our research shows that there is a need to contemporise the road landscape to mirror the needs of modern motorists.
We examined game day and wanted to contemporise and make the focus football.
He has a very accessible writing style and he is able to contemporise a text but also keep it very lyrical.
She further said that FutureBrand had aimed to contemporise and even subvert traditional cricket branding by using colours and details evoking street art.
Vauxhall spokesman Simon Ewart says: "Our research shows that there is a need to contemporise the road landscape to mirror the needs of modern motorists.
Utting explains: "As part of the trend to contemporise brands and further engage with consumers, the 60m [pounds sterling]
Chairman Anthony O'Reilly said: 'We will continue to develop and contemporise our brands.
Mr Bacon said these amendments also contemporise our state taxation legislation, as demonstrated by including modern family structures in the transfer of rural properties within a family.
Marketing manager at distributor First Drinks Brands Sarah Clark said: "Malt has been seen as precious and we want to break that mould and contemporise it and get people to drink it more frequently.