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Rus·sian·ize

 (rŭsh′ə-nīz′)
tr.v. Rus·sian·ized, Rus·sian·iz·ing, Rus·sian·iz·es
To make Russian.

Rus′sian·i·za′tion (-ə-nĭ-zā′shən) n.
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Russianize

(ˈrʌʃəˌnaɪz) or

Russianise

vb
to make or become Russian in style, character, etc
ˌRussianiˈzation, ˌRussianiˈsation n
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Rus•sian•ize

(ˈrʌʃ əˌnaɪz)

v.t. -ized, -iz•ing.
to make Russian.
[1825–35]
Rus`sian•i•za′tion, n.
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Russianize


Past participle: Russianized
Gerund: Russianizing

Imperative
Russianize
Russianize
Present
I Russianize
you Russianize
he/she/it Russianizes
we Russianize
you Russianize
they Russianize
Preterite
I Russianized
you Russianized
he/she/it Russianized
we Russianized
you Russianized
they Russianized
Present Continuous
I am Russianizing
you are Russianizing
he/she/it is Russianizing
we are Russianizing
you are Russianizing
they are Russianizing
Present Perfect
I have Russianized
you have Russianized
he/she/it has Russianized
we have Russianized
you have Russianized
they have Russianized
Past Continuous
I was Russianizing
you were Russianizing
he/she/it was Russianizing
we were Russianizing
you were Russianizing
they were Russianizing
Past Perfect
I had Russianized
you had Russianized
he/she/it had Russianized
we had Russianized
you had Russianized
they had Russianized
Future
I will Russianize
you will Russianize
he/she/it will Russianize
we will Russianize
you will Russianize
they will Russianize
Future Perfect
I will have Russianized
you will have Russianized
he/she/it will have Russianized
we will have Russianized
you will have Russianized
they will have Russianized
Future Continuous
I will be Russianizing
you will be Russianizing
he/she/it will be Russianizing
we will be Russianizing
you will be Russianizing
they will be Russianizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been Russianizing
you have been Russianizing
he/she/it has been Russianizing
we have been Russianizing
you have been Russianizing
they have been Russianizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been Russianizing
you will have been Russianizing
he/she/it will have been Russianizing
we will have been Russianizing
you will have been Russianizing
they will have been Russianizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been Russianizing
you had been Russianizing
he/she/it had been Russianizing
we had been Russianizing
you had been Russianizing
they had been Russianizing
Conditional
I would Russianize
you would Russianize
he/she/it would Russianize
we would Russianize
you would Russianize
they would Russianize
Past Conditional
I would have Russianized
you would have Russianized
he/she/it would have Russianized
we would have Russianized
you would have Russianized
they would have Russianized
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While Hamburg addresses Pososhkov's religious intolerance toward non-Christians in his own country, he overlooks what is actually new in Pososhkov's text: namely, that in linking Russian identity with Orthodoxy, Pososhkov concludes that the Russian state not only should missionize but also "Russianize" (obruset ') its non-Christian subjects.
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Moreover, American Jewish voices also expressed opposition to this massive population transfer, one Jewish journalist going so far as to suggest that missionaries be sent to Russia to civilize Russian Jews rather than to permit them "to Russianize us."