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tr.v. ver·nac·u·lar·ized, ver·nac·u·lar·iz·ing, ver·nac·u·lar·iz·es
To translate into the everyday language spoken by a people: vernacularized the liturgy.


(vəˈnækjʊləˌraɪz) or


(tr) to translate into everyday language
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Human rights law offered a transcendent source of international authority, legitimated by its creation through international debates and decisions, which was then vernacularized by local activists.
what it means to be modern is vernacularized or is reconstituted locally on many levels at the same time, yet vernacular itself is objectified according to new types of imaginaries and sensibilities made available by the new political economy and ideoscapes of modernity.