bastardized


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bas·tard·ize

 (băs′tər-dīz′)
tr.v. bas·tard·ized, bas·tard·iz·ing, bas·tard·iz·es
1. To lower in quality or character; debase.
2. To declare or prove (someone) to be a bastard.

bas′tard·i·za′tion (-tər-dĭ-zā′shən) n.

bastardized

(ˈbɑːstəˌdaɪzd) or

bastardised

adj
debased; corrupted
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.bastardized - deriving from more than one source or style
beaux arts, fine arts - the study and creation of visual works of art
impure - combined with extraneous elements
Translations

bastardized

[ˈbɑːstədaɪzd] ADJ [language] → corrupto

bastardized

[ˈbɑːstərdaɪzd] bastardised (British) adj [version, form] → bâtard(e)bastard son nbâtard m
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have led to bad governance, created monopoly of political and economic power, bastardized democracy, stunted socioeconomic development, and contributed to poverty.
Although originally founded on sound principles of gun safety and education, its leaders have bastardized the NRA's agenda so it has now devolved into a lobbying front to generate income for its donor gun manufacturers.
Instead of formulating laws that will strengthen it, uphold its beauty and sanctity, they've bastardized and destroyed it by introducing measures, such as divorce, that hasten the disintegration of couples
They added that Palparan 'deserves the full measure of the law that he has flouted and ignored and bastardized for so long,' as well as 'the loudest condemnation from everyone who holds freedom and life as sacrosanct.
Some of the teachers who spoke on condition of anonymity alleged that Duke had bastardized the standard of education in the federal government owned the school.
3]ngora, as well as an eccentric group of outsiders that includes shady hotel manager Mario, cursedly lucky Gringo Peterson, and the epitome of bastardized Eastern philosophy, Sandra.
Quality has become one of the more bastardized words of our era--a phenomenon that's left the term almost completely bereft of meaning.
Acedillo said, "The substandard AFP and PNP housing units bastardized the sacrifices rendered by our gallant soldiers and policemen.
These new entries often occur at the request of a public frustrated by its reliance on using forms of bastardized English where no Hebrew alternative exists.
They will probably get away with paying a small fine because justice, the rule of law and respect for an order based on rights and freedoms have been bastardized in this country.
And I believe that baseball played with designated hitters is a bastardized, impure version of the game.
Now we have Obamacare/Romneycare, which is the best bastardized system our bastardized politicians can come up with.