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An·gli·cize

also an·gli·cize  (ăng′glĭ-sīz′)
v. An·gli·cized, An·gli·ciz·ing, An·gli·ciz·es also an·gli·cized or an·gli·ciz·ing or an·gli·ciz·es
v.tr.
To make English or similar to English in form, idiom, style, or character: Some immigrants Anglicize their names when they move to the United States.
v.intr.
To become English in form or character.

An′gli·ci·za′tion (-sĭ-zā′shən) n.

anglicize

(ˈæŋɡlɪˌsaɪz) or

anglicise

;

anglify

(ˈæŋɡlɪˌfaɪ)
vb, -cizes, -cizing, -cized, -cises, -cising, -cised, -fies, -fying or -fied
(sometimes capital) to make or become English in outlook, attitude, form, etc
ˌangliciˈzation, ˌangliciˈsation n

An•gli•cize

(ˈæŋ gləˌsaɪz)

v.t., v.i. -cized, -ciz•ing.
(sometimes l.c.) to make or become English in form or character: to Anglicize a foreign spelling.
[1700–10]
An`gli•ci•za′tion, n.

anglicize


Past participle: anglicized
Gerund: anglicizing

Imperative
anglicize
anglicize
Present
I anglicize
you anglicize
he/she/it anglicizes
we anglicize
you anglicize
they anglicize
Preterite
I anglicized
you anglicized
he/she/it anglicized
we anglicized
you anglicized
they anglicized
Present Continuous
I am anglicizing
you are anglicizing
he/she/it is anglicizing
we are anglicizing
you are anglicizing
they are anglicizing
Present Perfect
I have anglicized
you have anglicized
he/she/it has anglicized
we have anglicized
you have anglicized
they have anglicized
Past Continuous
I was anglicizing
you were anglicizing
he/she/it was anglicizing
we were anglicizing
you were anglicizing
they were anglicizing
Past Perfect
I had anglicized
you had anglicized
he/she/it had anglicized
we had anglicized
you had anglicized
they had anglicized
Future
I will anglicize
you will anglicize
he/she/it will anglicize
we will anglicize
you will anglicize
they will anglicize
Future Perfect
I will have anglicized
you will have anglicized
he/she/it will have anglicized
we will have anglicized
you will have anglicized
they will have anglicized
Future Continuous
I will be anglicizing
you will be anglicizing
he/she/it will be anglicizing
we will be anglicizing
you will be anglicizing
they will be anglicizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been anglicizing
you have been anglicizing
he/she/it has been anglicizing
we have been anglicizing
you have been anglicizing
they have been anglicizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been anglicizing
you will have been anglicizing
he/she/it will have been anglicizing
we will have been anglicizing
you will have been anglicizing
they will have been anglicizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been anglicizing
you had been anglicizing
he/she/it had been anglicizing
we had been anglicizing
you had been anglicizing
they had been anglicizing
Conditional
I would anglicize
you would anglicize
he/she/it would anglicize
we would anglicize
you would anglicize
they would anglicize
Past Conditional
I would have anglicized
you would have anglicized
he/she/it would have anglicized
we would have anglicized
you would have anglicized
they would have anglicized
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.anglicize - make English in appearance; "She anglicised her name after moving from Paris to London"
adapt, accommodate - make fit for, or change to suit a new purpose; "Adapt our native cuisine to the available food resources of the new country"
Translations
poangličtit
angliseregøre engelsk/blive engelsk
elangolosít
anglizuotipadaryti panašų/panašesnį į anglą
angliskot
poangličtiť
İngilizleş mek

anglicize

[ˈæŋglɪsaɪz] VTdar forma inglesa a, anglicanizar

anglicize

[ˈæŋglɪsaɪz] anglicise (British) vt [+ name, version] → angliciser

anglicize

anglicize

[ˈæŋglɪsaɪz] vtanglicizzare

anglicize,

anglicise

(ˈӕŋglisaiz) verb
to make English or more like English. After living in England for ten years, he had become very anglicized.
References in periodicals archive ?
More compelling was the desire, common to many immigrants in the early decades of the twentieth century, to obliterate the past by assuming a new identity, as Kristjan does when he anglicizes his name and becomes Christian.
For example, the tradition of Dinnsheanchas or lore of placenames is both continued and innovated by the way the poet whimsically Anglicizes the names of two local townlands: Baile an Geata as "Gaytown" and Caiseal na gCorr as "Fort of the Queers.