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a·nath·e·ma·tize

 (ə-năth′ə-mə-tīz′)
tr.v. a·nath·e·ma·tized, a·nath·e·ma·tiz·ing, a·nath·e·ma·tiz·es
To proclaim an anathema on; curse.

[Late Latin anathematīzāre, from Greek anathematizein, from anathema, anathemat-, anathema; see anathema.]

a·nath′e·ma·ti·za′tion (-tĭ-zā′shən) n.

anathematize

(əˈnæθɪməˌtaɪz) or

anathematise

vb
(Ecclesiastical Terms) to pronounce an anathema (upon a person, etc); curse
aˌnathematiˈzation, aˌnathematiˈsation n

a•nath•e•ma•tize

(əˈnæθ ə məˌtaɪz)

v. -tized, -tiz•ing. v.t.
1. to utter an anathema against.
v.i.
2. to utter anathemas.
[1560–70; (< Middle French) < Late Latin]
a•nath`e•ma•ti•za′tion, n.
a•nath′e•ma•tiz`er, n.

anathematize


Past participle: anathematized
Gerund: anathematizing

Imperative
anathematize
anathematize
Present
I anathematize
you anathematize
he/she/it anathematizes
we anathematize
you anathematize
they anathematize
Preterite
I anathematized
you anathematized
he/she/it anathematized
we anathematized
you anathematized
they anathematized
Present Continuous
I am anathematizing
you are anathematizing
he/she/it is anathematizing
we are anathematizing
you are anathematizing
they are anathematizing
Present Perfect
I have anathematized
you have anathematized
he/she/it has anathematized
we have anathematized
you have anathematized
they have anathematized
Past Continuous
I was anathematizing
you were anathematizing
he/she/it was anathematizing
we were anathematizing
you were anathematizing
they were anathematizing
Past Perfect
I had anathematized
you had anathematized
he/she/it had anathematized
we had anathematized
you had anathematized
they had anathematized
Future
I will anathematize
you will anathematize
he/she/it will anathematize
we will anathematize
you will anathematize
they will anathematize
Future Perfect
I will have anathematized
you will have anathematized
he/she/it will have anathematized
we will have anathematized
you will have anathematized
they will have anathematized
Future Continuous
I will be anathematizing
you will be anathematizing
he/she/it will be anathematizing
we will be anathematizing
you will be anathematizing
they will be anathematizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been anathematizing
you have been anathematizing
he/she/it has been anathematizing
we have been anathematizing
you have been anathematizing
they have been anathematizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been anathematizing
you will have been anathematizing
he/she/it will have been anathematizing
we will have been anathematizing
you will have been anathematizing
they will have been anathematizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been anathematizing
you had been anathematizing
he/she/it had been anathematizing
we had been anathematizing
you had been anathematizing
they had been anathematizing
Conditional
I would anathematize
you would anathematize
he/she/it would anathematize
we would anathematize
you would anathematize
they would anathematize
Past Conditional
I would have anathematized
you would have anathematized
he/she/it would have anathematized
we would have anathematized
you would have anathematized
they would have anathematized
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.anathematize - curse or declare to be evil or anathema or threaten with divine punishment
deplore - express strong disapproval of; "We deplore the government's treatment of political prisoners"

anathematize

verb
To invoke evil or injury upon:
Informal: cuss.
Archaic: execrate, maledict.
Translations

anathematize

[əˈnæθɪmətaɪz] VTanatematizar

anathematize

vt (Eccl) → mit dem Bann belegen
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