bastardized


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bas·tard·ize

 (băs′tər-dīz′)
tr.v. bas·tard·ized, bas·tard·iz·ing, bas·tard·iz·es
1. To lower in quality or character; debase.
2. To declare or prove (someone) to be a bastard.

bas′tard·i·za′tion (-tər-dĭ-zā′shən) n.

bastardized

(ˈbɑːstəˌdaɪzd) or

bastardised

adj
debased; corrupted
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.bastardized - deriving from more than one source or style
beaux arts, fine arts - the study and creation of visual works of art
impure - combined with extraneous elements
Translations

bastardized

[ˈbɑːstədaɪzd] ADJ [language] → corrupto

bastardized

[ˈbɑːstərdaɪzd] bastardised (British) adj [version, form] → bâtard(e)bastard son nbâtard m
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De Lima saidtheprotracted issue involving Duterte Youth was "a clear case of exploitingtheparty-list system by known alliesofthepresent administration to earn a seatinCongress." "While its intent is laudable,thelaw has been bastardized by moneyed politicians and businessmen and their dummiesinorder to gain political power courtesy of the loopholes and weaknessesofthepresent party-list system," she added.
Ajiboye noted that the education system gets bastardized when unqualified persons without requisite professional skills are deployed to teach.
'Kontra Daya stresses the importance of public pressure at this time when Cardema and his ilk try to make a mockery of the already bastardized party-list system and to reduce Comelec as an extension of Malacanang Palace to which the Duterte Youth blindly throws it support,' Kontra Daya convenor Danilo Arao said.
"The partylist system has been well and truly been bastardized. On the one hand, we have a partylist rep who attacks and abuses a lowly worker.
A classic of the genre is the nioise, which in its most traditional form allows for no cooked vegetables at all but has been widely interpreted (some would say bastardized) to include not only boiled potatoes and green beans but such apparent travesties as seared fresh tuna instead of canned.
Rose Bartolome should not lose hope about the party list system being such a mess after it was 'bastardized' by the Supreme Court ('The party list: A grotesque phenomenon,' Letters, 6/11/19).
What we did not expect is the swiftness of how our institutions would be coopted and our laws bastardized by an authoritarian President.
Quality has become one of the more bastardized words of our era--a phenomenon that's left the term almost completely bereft of meaning.
These new entries often occur at the request of a public frustrated by its reliance on using forms of bastardized English where no Hebrew alternative exists.
The work done by the Dyster administration has been a blend of architectural styles that look not unlike one of those bastardized suburban homes that mix modern and period architecture in a grotesquely unaesthetic way.
Composed of only drums, bastardized bass guitar and angst-ridden vocals, the music focuses on topics of isolation, abandonment and fear.
American exceptionalism, the doctrine of human rights, and the idea of historical progress were joined to produce a bastardized Protestant Christianity; the result was the liberal internationalism that Republicans, especially the Evangelical ones, have signed on to.