fetichize


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fetichize

(ˈfɛtɪˌʃaɪz)
vb (intr)
another word for fetishize
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On the one hand, the UK proposals have arisen in the context of a national debate that has appeared to privilege, and even fetichize, the "cost" and "inefficiencies" of the current system.
17) If we consider the length of takes and the camera angles, men tend to prefer short takes and close-ups which fragment and fetichize the female body.
However Omar manages not to respond to the earnest questions of Nelly who not only superimposes her own ideas of women's liberation onto Algeria, but also, romanticizes and fetichizes notions of hybridity and marginalization, calling him a 'poete de la banlieue' (a poet from the housing estates).