ghettoization


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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.
Translations

ghettoization

[ˌgetəʊaɪˈzeɪʃən] N (fig) → marginación f

ghettoization

n the ghettoization of this districtdie G(h)ettobildung in diesem Viertel
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Building this part will complete the ghettoization of Bethlehem.
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Soon, ghettoization would be implemented to create a physical barrier of Jewish presence in society.
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47) where a static culture of aid fostering dependence and ghettoization permeates.