prop. v. t1.To cause to be like the Mexicans, or their country.
prop. v. i1.To become like the Mexicans, or their country or government.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Cardenas's efforts to Mexicanize the northern portion of Baja California paid handsome dividends.
The bold colors, regional dress, death symbols, organic design, and indigenous interpretation of Catholic ritual all informed Kahlo's work in her desire, as she said, to "Mexicanize my art."
Indeed, the desire to "Mexicanize" all the alien baggage that has come along with Mexico's colonial and economic entanglements with the West has been a long-standing project among many of Mexico's leading intellectuals.