classicise


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classicise


Past participle: classicised
Gerund: classicising

Imperative
classicise
classicise
Present
I classicise
you classicise
he/she/it classicises
we classicise
you classicise
they classicise
Preterite
I classicised
you classicised
he/she/it classicised
we classicised
you classicised
they classicised
Present Continuous
I am classicising
you are classicising
he/she/it is classicising
we are classicising
you are classicising
they are classicising
Present Perfect
I have classicised
you have classicised
he/she/it has classicised
we have classicised
you have classicised
they have classicised
Past Continuous
I was classicising
you were classicising
he/she/it was classicising
we were classicising
you were classicising
they were classicising
Past Perfect
I had classicised
you had classicised
he/she/it had classicised
we had classicised
you had classicised
they had classicised
Future
I will classicise
you will classicise
he/she/it will classicise
we will classicise
you will classicise
they will classicise
Future Perfect
I will have classicised
you will have classicised
he/she/it will have classicised
we will have classicised
you will have classicised
they will have classicised
Future Continuous
I will be classicising
you will be classicising
he/she/it will be classicising
we will be classicising
you will be classicising
they will be classicising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been classicising
you have been classicising
he/she/it has been classicising
we have been classicising
you have been classicising
they have been classicising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been classicising
you will have been classicising
he/she/it will have been classicising
we will have been classicising
you will have been classicising
they will have been classicising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been classicising
you had been classicising
he/she/it had been classicising
we had been classicising
you had been classicising
they had been classicising
Conditional
I would classicise
you would classicise
he/she/it would classicise
we would classicise
you would classicise
they would classicise
Past Conditional
I would have classicised
you would have classicised
he/she/it would have classicised
we would have classicised
you would have classicised
they would have classicised
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.classicise - make classic or classical
alter, change, modify - cause to change; make different; cause a transformation; "The advent of the automobile may have altered the growth pattern of the city"; "The discussion has changed my thinking about the issue"
References in periodicals archive ?
7) This revitalisation took place through efforts to classicise, in Chatterjee's sense of the term--for example, by founding schools, inventing systems of notation, crafting modern music scholarship and historiography (based on the study of Sanskrit treatises and intended to establish norms for performance), organising music conferences and instituting the public concert.
Global Banking News-February 11, 2015--Opposition leader classicises Turkish president