indigenize

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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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While through this consortium approach for technology development in mission mode, Railway will be benefitted with availability of world class indigenized technologies at very reasonable cost, academic research institutions will be benefitted with applied research and real situation output in the form of new products for immediate use and with availability of source codes for all such indigenized technologies at very low cost.
Among their topics are the ecology of language and the new Englishes: toward an integrative framework, innovative structures in the relative clauses of indigenized second-language Asian English varieties, the definite article in world Englishes, lending bureaucracy voice: negotiating English in institutional encounters, and transfer is transfer: grammaticalization is grammaticalization.
On concluding day, recommendations were declared which included English Language Teaching in Pakistan should be decolonized through production of indigenized language teaching materials.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian Navy Commander Rear Admiral Hossein Khanzadi underlined that the country has indigenized and become self-sufficient in manufacturing naval equipment and hardware.
PHederalism is our own indigenized federalism experience that reflects the identities of our people while deriving and learning from the best practices of all federal countries .
You're gonna have to look at an Indigenized traditional reciprocal economy, where you have abundance but not many material goods.
In Chapter 3, The STAR (Service To All Relations) Navajo School Model, guest author and non-Native STAR School founder and principal Mark Sorensen describes the process by which he and others indigenized Arizona's state curriculum for the school's Navajo students in the hopes that there may be some "useful parallels" (Four Arrows, 2013, p.
The 27 papers in these proceedings explore such aspects as Finland Swedish as a non-dominant variety of Swedish, pluricentric Armenian and its changed dominance hierarchy, non-dominant features of Brazilian Portuguese becoming dominant, intuitive language choices between dominant and non-dominant varieties of Arabic for slogans during the 2011 Egyptian revolution, and Chinese Hokkian and its lexicon in Singapore as evidence for an indigenized Singapore culture.
Japan, China, India, Germany and the United States are the other main producers of MEK and Iran, which has indigenized technical knowhow of the product, has the ability to export the product.
Zeighami said about 70 percent of the process of building oil refineries has been indigenized by Iranian contractors and manufacturers and the figure can be increased up to 90 percent by 2015.
New Delhi, May 21 -- Urastun Metal has introduced the world's 1st fully indigenized 1-tonne mobile compact carriers named 'Vector' and 'Odo' into the Indian market.
Ironically, this connection between masculinity, indigenized Christianity, and nationalism may have paved the way for secularism ascendancy.