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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Education systems also need to break out of their post-colonial inheritance to indigenizing systems in which 'language is a library of ideas that allows us to create our own histories.
In addition, a part of the fund will be utilized for training surgeons and provide research opportunities for making use of robots in complex surgeries as well as indigenizing the production of such technology in India.
28(SUNA)-Minister of Welfare and Social Security, Mashaer Al-Dawalab addressed Wednesday, the Council of Ministers' Indigenizing of Voluntary and Humanitarian Work Forum.
While it looks to generate larger scope for the private industry for the production of defense equipments, the Ministry of Defence is set to reinforce the ordinance board to start indigenizing defense equipment and armaments.
We believe that we can make great achievements in updating and indigenizing licenses needed for petrochemical industry through constructive interaction with industry," Esmaeil Qanbari said, the oil ministry's website reported.
He noted that indigenizing manufacture of turbines is not only cost-effective under the conditions of the US-led sanctions against Iran, but even after the sanction are lifted it will be cheaper and at more competitive prices than foreign turbines.
This is an open space installation located in a high traffic spot on campus that has the goal of transforming the U of A into becoming a more welcoming and inclusive campus through Indigenizing the institution" said Stewart.
5MW generators through indigenizing related technology by the next 1.
One year into our independence, we have not thought of indigenizing our names.
Among the topics are Eurocentric discourses and African philosophies and epistemologies of education, reframing and indigenizing science education in Africa, and a theoretical analysis of cultural games and mathematics education in Ghana.
The Mannavaram project is expected to indigenizing the power generation equipment which is being largely being imported at present by the public sector including BHEL and NTPC.
To make social work more effective in Sarawak, the emphasis is put on indigenizing it, building on a consideration of culture as the key variable.