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His·pan·i·cize

 (hĭ-spăn′ĭ-sīz′)
tr.v. Hi·span·i·cized, Hi·span·i·ciz·ing, Hi·span·i·ciz·es
1. To make Spanish in form, style, or character.
2. To bring under Hispanic influence or control.

His·pan′i·ci·za′tion (-sĭ-zā′shən) n.

Hispanicize

(hɪˈspænɪˌsaɪz) or

Hispanicise

vb
(tr) to make Spanish, as in custom or culture; bring under Spanish control or influence
Hisˈpanicist n
Hisˌpaniciˈzation, Hisˌpaniciˈsation n

Hispanicize


Past participle: Hispanicized
Gerund: Hispanicizing

Imperative
Hispanicize
Hispanicize
Present
I Hispanicize
you Hispanicize
he/she/it Hispanicizes
we Hispanicize
you Hispanicize
they Hispanicize
Preterite
I Hispanicized
you Hispanicized
he/she/it Hispanicized
we Hispanicized
you Hispanicized
they Hispanicized
Present Continuous
I am Hispanicizing
you are Hispanicizing
he/she/it is Hispanicizing
we are Hispanicizing
you are Hispanicizing
they are Hispanicizing
Present Perfect
I have Hispanicized
you have Hispanicized
he/she/it has Hispanicized
we have Hispanicized
you have Hispanicized
they have Hispanicized
Past Continuous
I was Hispanicizing
you were Hispanicizing
he/she/it was Hispanicizing
we were Hispanicizing
you were Hispanicizing
they were Hispanicizing
Past Perfect
I had Hispanicized
you had Hispanicized
he/she/it had Hispanicized
we had Hispanicized
you had Hispanicized
they had Hispanicized
Future
I will Hispanicize
you will Hispanicize
he/she/it will Hispanicize
we will Hispanicize
you will Hispanicize
they will Hispanicize
Future Perfect
I will have Hispanicized
you will have Hispanicized
he/she/it will have Hispanicized
we will have Hispanicized
you will have Hispanicized
they will have Hispanicized
Future Continuous
I will be Hispanicizing
you will be Hispanicizing
he/she/it will be Hispanicizing
we will be Hispanicizing
you will be Hispanicizing
they will be Hispanicizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been Hispanicizing
you have been Hispanicizing
he/she/it has been Hispanicizing
we have been Hispanicizing
you have been Hispanicizing
they have been Hispanicizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been Hispanicizing
you will have been Hispanicizing
he/she/it will have been Hispanicizing
we will have been Hispanicizing
you will have been Hispanicizing
they will have been Hispanicizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been Hispanicizing
you had been Hispanicizing
he/she/it had been Hispanicizing
we had been Hispanicizing
you had been Hispanicizing
they had been Hispanicizing
Conditional
I would Hispanicize
you would Hispanicize
he/she/it would Hispanicize
we would Hispanicize
you would Hispanicize
they would Hispanicize
Past Conditional
I would have Hispanicized
you would have Hispanicized
he/she/it would have Hispanicized
we would have Hispanicized
you would have Hispanicized
they would have Hispanicized
Translations

hispanicize

[hɪsˈpænɪsaɪz] VTespañolizar, hispanizar
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