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pau·per·ize

 (pô′pə-rīz′)
tr.v. pau·per·ized, pau·per·iz·ing, pau·per·iz·es
To make a pauper of; impoverish.

pau′per·i·za′tion (-pər-ĭ-zā′shən) n.

pauperize

(ˈpɔːpəˌraɪz) or

pauperise

vb
(tr) to make a pauper of; impoverish

pau•per•ize

(ˈpɔ pəˌraɪz)

v.t. -ized, -iz•ing.
to make a pauper of.

pauperize


Past participle: pauperized
Gerund: pauperizing

Imperative
pauperize
pauperize
Present
I pauperize
you pauperize
he/she/it pauperizes
we pauperize
you pauperize
they pauperize
Preterite
I pauperized
you pauperized
he/she/it pauperized
we pauperized
you pauperized
they pauperized
Present Continuous
I am pauperizing
you are pauperizing
he/she/it is pauperizing
we are pauperizing
you are pauperizing
they are pauperizing
Present Perfect
I have pauperized
you have pauperized
he/she/it has pauperized
we have pauperized
you have pauperized
they have pauperized
Past Continuous
I was pauperizing
you were pauperizing
he/she/it was pauperizing
we were pauperizing
you were pauperizing
they were pauperizing
Past Perfect
I had pauperized
you had pauperized
he/she/it had pauperized
we had pauperized
you had pauperized
they had pauperized
Future
I will pauperize
you will pauperize
he/she/it will pauperize
we will pauperize
you will pauperize
they will pauperize
Future Perfect
I will have pauperized
you will have pauperized
he/she/it will have pauperized
we will have pauperized
you will have pauperized
they will have pauperized
Future Continuous
I will be pauperizing
you will be pauperizing
he/she/it will be pauperizing
we will be pauperizing
you will be pauperizing
they will be pauperizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been pauperizing
you have been pauperizing
he/she/it has been pauperizing
we have been pauperizing
you have been pauperizing
they have been pauperizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been pauperizing
you will have been pauperizing
he/she/it will have been pauperizing
we will have been pauperizing
you will have been pauperizing
they will have been pauperizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been pauperizing
you had been pauperizing
he/she/it had been pauperizing
we had been pauperizing
you had been pauperizing
they had been pauperizing
Conditional
I would pauperize
you would pauperize
he/she/it would pauperize
we would pauperize
you would pauperize
they would pauperize
Past Conditional
I would have pauperized
you would have pauperized
he/she/it would have pauperized
we would have pauperized
you would have pauperized
they would have pauperized
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.pauperize - reduce to beggarypauperize - reduce to beggary      
impoverish - make poor

pauperize

verb
To reduce to financial insolvency:
Slang: clean out.
Translations

pauperize

[ˈpɔːpəraɪz] VTpauperizar, empobrecer

pauperize

vtarm machen; (fig)verkümmern lassen

pauperize

[ˈpɔˌpəˌraɪz] vtridurre in miseria
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