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indigenize

(ɪnˈdɪdʒəˌnaɪz) or

indigenise

vb (tr)
(Anthropology & Ethnology) anthropol to alter (something) so as to make it fit in with the local culture
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CEO HUBCO Khalid Mansoor said Thar Mine would be a game-changer for Pakistan as it would indigenize the energy source for the country.
During our studies, we succeeded in developing aircraft hydraulic systems and indigenize this technology," he added.
The minister welcomed the developmental step that serves the state's people, pointing out that North Kordofan is one of the leading states in the field of solar energy, particularly that the state enjoys advantages and resources that enable it to indigenize the industry of solar energy.
TEACHING TRULY: A CURRICULUM TO INDIGENIZE MAINSTREAM EDUCATION
If you ask me, I would indigenize the names of areas like Buluk, Mayo, Jalaba etc.
The Mannavaram project is expected to indigenize power generation equipment, which is being largely being imported at present by the public sector undertakings like BHEL and NTPC.
This essay argues that Stuart fairy poetry rooted in Shakespeare's innovative representation of tiny, consumeristic fairies, attempts to indigenize new forms of elite material display.
It becomes increasingly difficult to indigenize after a certain level of indigenization has been achieved because of the complexity and the sophistication of technology required to produce the remaining components.
He pointed out that Sudan delegation held a number of joint meetings with geological experts to benefit from the Australian experience in the field of exploration and mining as well as the discussion of ways to prepare modern laboratories, establish mining analysis and indigenize mineral industry.
Teaching truly; a curriculum to indigenize mainstream education.
Findlay reminds us of Chandler's caveat that Jameson's "always historicize," on which Findlay models his "always indigenize is "unclear and general" and lends itself to be "divergently interpreted" by literary scholars, his proposition, nevertheless, imagines universal model (Findlay 308).
The head of the delegation of the Polish-English company expressed his company desire to indigenize its products in Sudan, referring to their interest in getting acquainted with the investment opportunities in the industrial sector, stressing that the company is working to develop economic cooperation relations and provide its international products in Sudan.