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"customisation" vs "customization" Which is correct?

As per MS Word, customization is correct but Google Chrome correct it to "customisation"

Thanks in advance.

marked as duplicate by choster, user067531, Edwin Ashworth, Michael Harvey, sumelic May 28 at 19:08

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  • @user240918 Thank you for enlightening me. – siva balanarayanan May 28 at 18:51
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    Welcome to EL&U. The s variant is "Cambridge" spelling, and the z variant is "Oxford" spelling. Because Webster adopted the latter, it is the exclusively standard form in the U.S., and perhaps partly on account of this, the former is more popular elsewhere. Looking up either variant in a good dictionary should have been sufficient to answer this question, however. – choster May 28 at 18:53
  • It is a continuing irritation to me that the spell-checker used here on SE flags "nominalization" as an error. See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nominalization . – Greg Lee May 28 at 19:12

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