ghettoize

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ghet·to·ize

 (gĕt′ō-īz′)
tr.v. ghet·to·ized, ghet·to·iz·ing, ghet·to·iz·es
1. To set apart in or as if in a ghetto; isolate.
2. To make into or similar to a ghetto: "He left a city ghettoized and strangled by highways and the auto" (New York).

ghet′to·i·za′tion (-ĭzā′shən) n.

ghettoize

(ˈɡɛtəʊˌaɪz) or

ghettoise

vb
(tr) to confine or restrict to a particular area, activity, or category: to ghettoize women as housewives.
ˌghettoiˈzation, ˌghettoiˈsation n

ghet•to•ize

(ˈgɛt oʊˌaɪz)

v.t. -ized, -iz•ing.
to segregate in or as if in a ghetto.
[1935–40]
ghet`to•i•za′tion, n.

ghettoize


Past participle: ghettoized
Gerund: ghettoizing

Imperative
ghettoize
ghettoize
Present
I ghettoize
you ghettoize
he/she/it ghettoizes
we ghettoize
you ghettoize
they ghettoize
Preterite
I ghettoized
you ghettoized
he/she/it ghettoized
we ghettoized
you ghettoized
they ghettoized
Present Continuous
I am ghettoizing
you are ghettoizing
he/she/it is ghettoizing
we are ghettoizing
you are ghettoizing
they are ghettoizing
Present Perfect
I have ghettoized
you have ghettoized
he/she/it has ghettoized
we have ghettoized
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they have ghettoized
Past Continuous
I was ghettoizing
you were ghettoizing
he/she/it was ghettoizing
we were ghettoizing
you were ghettoizing
they were ghettoizing
Past Perfect
I had ghettoized
you had ghettoized
he/she/it had ghettoized
we had ghettoized
you had ghettoized
they had ghettoized
Future
I will ghettoize
you will ghettoize
he/she/it will ghettoize
we will ghettoize
you will ghettoize
they will ghettoize
Future Perfect
I will have ghettoized
you will have ghettoized
he/she/it will have ghettoized
we will have ghettoized
you will have ghettoized
they will have ghettoized
Future Continuous
I will be ghettoizing
you will be ghettoizing
he/she/it will be ghettoizing
we will be ghettoizing
you will be ghettoizing
they will be ghettoizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been ghettoizing
you have been ghettoizing
he/she/it has been ghettoizing
we have been ghettoizing
you have been ghettoizing
they have been ghettoizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been ghettoizing
you will have been ghettoizing
he/she/it will have been ghettoizing
we will have been ghettoizing
you will have been ghettoizing
they will have been ghettoizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been ghettoizing
you had been ghettoizing
he/she/it had been ghettoizing
we had been ghettoizing
you had been ghettoizing
they had been ghettoizing
Conditional
I would ghettoize
you would ghettoize
he/she/it would ghettoize
we would ghettoize
you would ghettoize
they would ghettoize
Past Conditional
I would have ghettoized
you would have ghettoized
he/she/it would have ghettoized
we would have ghettoized
you would have ghettoized
they would have ghettoized
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.ghettoize - put in a ghetto; "The Jews in Eastern Europe were ghettoized"
isolate, insulate - place or set apart; "They isolated the political prisoners from the other inmates"
Translations

ghettoize

[ˈgetəʊˌaɪz] VT (fig) → marginar

ghettoize

vtzum G(h)etto machen
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