cartelize

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car·tel·ize

 (kär′tə-līz′)
tr. & intr.v. car·tel·ized, car·tel·iz·ing, car·tel·iz·es
To form as or become a cartel.

car′tel·i·za′tion (-lĭ-zā′shən) n.

cartelize

(ˈkɑːtəlaɪz) or

cartelise

vb
1. (Economics) to form or be formed into a cartel
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) to form or be formed into a cartel
ˌcarteliˈzation, ˌcarteliˈsation n

cartelize


Past participle: cartelized
Gerund: cartelizing

Imperative
cartelize
cartelize
Present
I cartelize
you cartelize
he/she/it cartelizes
we cartelize
you cartelize
they cartelize
Preterite
I cartelized
you cartelized
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we cartelized
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Present Continuous
I am cartelizing
you are cartelizing
he/she/it is cartelizing
we are cartelizing
you are cartelizing
they are cartelizing
Present Perfect
I have cartelized
you have cartelized
he/she/it has cartelized
we have cartelized
you have cartelized
they have cartelized
Past Continuous
I was cartelizing
you were cartelizing
he/she/it was cartelizing
we were cartelizing
you were cartelizing
they were cartelizing
Past Perfect
I had cartelized
you had cartelized
he/she/it had cartelized
we had cartelized
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they had cartelized
Future
I will cartelize
you will cartelize
he/she/it will cartelize
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Future Perfect
I will have cartelized
you will have cartelized
he/she/it will have cartelized
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you will have cartelized
they will have cartelized
Future Continuous
I will be cartelizing
you will be cartelizing
he/she/it will be cartelizing
we will be cartelizing
you will be cartelizing
they will be cartelizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been cartelizing
you have been cartelizing
he/she/it has been cartelizing
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Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been cartelizing
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he/she/it will have been cartelizing
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you will have been cartelizing
they will have been cartelizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been cartelizing
you had been cartelizing
he/she/it had been cartelizing
we had been cartelizing
you had been cartelizing
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Conditional
I would cartelize
you would cartelize
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we would cartelize
you would cartelize
they would cartelize
Past Conditional
I would have cartelized
you would have cartelized
he/she/it would have cartelized
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you would have cartelized
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