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bu·reauc·ra·tize

 (byo͝o-rŏk′rə-tīz′)
tr.v. bu·reauc·ra·tized, bu·reauc·ra·tiz·ing, bu·reauc·ra·tiz·es
To make into a bureaucracy or bring under bureaucratic control: "The failure of communication is built—or ... bureaucratized—into the legal system" (Anatole Broyard).

bu·reauc′ra·ti·za′tion (-tĭ-zā′shən) n.
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bureaucratize

(bjʊəˈrɒkrəˌtaɪz) or

bureaucratise

vb
(tr) to administer by or transform into a bureaucracy
buˌreaucratiˈzation, buˌreaucratiˈsation n
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bu•reauc•ra•tize

(byʊˈrɒk rəˌtaɪz)

v.t. -tized, -tiz•ing.
to cause to become bureaucratic or to resemble a bureaucracy.
[1890–95; < French]
bu•reauc`ra•ti•za′tion, n.
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bureaucratize


Past participle: bureaucratized
Gerund: bureaucratizing

Imperative
bureaucratize
bureaucratize
Present
I bureaucratize
you bureaucratize
he/she/it bureaucratizes
we bureaucratize
you bureaucratize
they bureaucratize
Preterite
I bureaucratized
you bureaucratized
he/she/it bureaucratized
we bureaucratized
you bureaucratized
they bureaucratized
Present Continuous
I am bureaucratizing
you are bureaucratizing
he/she/it is bureaucratizing
we are bureaucratizing
you are bureaucratizing
they are bureaucratizing
Present Perfect
I have bureaucratized
you have bureaucratized
he/she/it has bureaucratized
we have bureaucratized
you have bureaucratized
they have bureaucratized
Past Continuous
I was bureaucratizing
you were bureaucratizing
he/she/it was bureaucratizing
we were bureaucratizing
you were bureaucratizing
they were bureaucratizing
Past Perfect
I had bureaucratized
you had bureaucratized
he/she/it had bureaucratized
we had bureaucratized
you had bureaucratized
they had bureaucratized
Future
I will bureaucratize
you will bureaucratize
he/she/it will bureaucratize
we will bureaucratize
you will bureaucratize
they will bureaucratize
Future Perfect
I will have bureaucratized
you will have bureaucratized
he/she/it will have bureaucratized
we will have bureaucratized
you will have bureaucratized
they will have bureaucratized
Future Continuous
I will be bureaucratizing
you will be bureaucratizing
he/she/it will be bureaucratizing
we will be bureaucratizing
you will be bureaucratizing
they will be bureaucratizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been bureaucratizing
you have been bureaucratizing
he/she/it has been bureaucratizing
we have been bureaucratizing
you have been bureaucratizing
they have been bureaucratizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been bureaucratizing
you will have been bureaucratizing
he/she/it will have been bureaucratizing
we will have been bureaucratizing
you will have been bureaucratizing
they will have been bureaucratizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been bureaucratizing
you had been bureaucratizing
he/she/it had been bureaucratizing
we had been bureaucratizing
you had been bureaucratizing
they had been bureaucratizing
Conditional
I would bureaucratize
you would bureaucratize
he/she/it would bureaucratize
we would bureaucratize
you would bureaucratize
they would bureaucratize
Past Conditional
I would have bureaucratized
you would have bureaucratized
he/she/it would have bureaucratized
we would have bureaucratized
you would have bureaucratized
they would have bureaucratized
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