culturalization

culturalization (n.) by 1929; see CULTURAL (Cf. cultural) + -IZATION (Cf. -ization).

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  • culturalize — culturalization, n. /kul cheuhr euh luyz /, v.t., culturalized, culturalizing. Anthropol. to expose or subject to the influence of culture. Also, esp. Brit., culturalise. [CULTURAL + IZE] * * * …   Universalium

  • culturalize — culturalization, n. /kul cheuhr euh luyz /, v.t., culturalized, culturalizing. Anthropol. to expose or subject to the influence of culture. Also, esp. Brit., culturalise. [CULTURAL + IZE] …   Useful english dictionary

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  • culturalisation — /ˌkʌltʃərəlaɪzˈeɪʃən/ (say .kulchuhruhluyz ayshuhn) noun the process of acquiring the culture of another, usually locally dominant, group: the culturalisation of some migrants in Australia is rapid. Also, culturalization …   Australian English dictionary

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