emblematize

Related to emblematize: stirred up

em·blem·a·tize

 (ĕm-blĕm′ə-tīz′) also em·blem·ize (ĕm′blə-mīz′)
tr.v. em·blem·a·tized, em·blem·a·tiz·ing, em·blem·a·tiz·es also em·blem·ized or em·blem·iz·ing or em·blem·iz·es
To represent with or as if with an emblem; symbolize.

emblematize

(ɛmˈblɛməˌtaɪz) ,

emblemize

,

emblematise

or

emblemise

vb (tr)
1. to function as an emblem of; symbolize
2. to represent by or as by an emblem

em•blem•a•tize

(ɛmˈblɛm əˌtaɪz)

v.t. -tized, -tiz•ing.
to serve as an emblem of.
[1605–15]

emblematize


Past participle: emblematized
Gerund: emblematizing

Imperative
emblematize
emblematize
Present
I emblematize
you emblematize
he/she/it emblematizes
we emblematize
you emblematize
they emblematize
Preterite
I emblematized
you emblematized
he/she/it emblematized
we emblematized
you emblematized
they emblematized
Present Continuous
I am emblematizing
you are emblematizing
he/she/it is emblematizing
we are emblematizing
you are emblematizing
they are emblematizing
Present Perfect
I have emblematized
you have emblematized
he/she/it has emblematized
we have emblematized
you have emblematized
they have emblematized
Past Continuous
I was emblematizing
you were emblematizing
he/she/it was emblematizing
we were emblematizing
you were emblematizing
they were emblematizing
Past Perfect
I had emblematized
you had emblematized
he/she/it had emblematized
we had emblematized
you had emblematized
they had emblematized
Future
I will emblematize
you will emblematize
he/she/it will emblematize
we will emblematize
you will emblematize
they will emblematize
Future Perfect
I will have emblematized
you will have emblematized
he/she/it will have emblematized
we will have emblematized
you will have emblematized
they will have emblematized
Future Continuous
I will be emblematizing
you will be emblematizing
he/she/it will be emblematizing
we will be emblematizing
you will be emblematizing
they will be emblematizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been emblematizing
you have been emblematizing
he/she/it has been emblematizing
we have been emblematizing
you have been emblematizing
they have been emblematizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been emblematizing
you will have been emblematizing
he/she/it will have been emblematizing
we will have been emblematizing
you will have been emblematizing
they will have been emblematizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been emblematizing
you had been emblematizing
he/she/it had been emblematizing
we had been emblematizing
you had been emblematizing
they had been emblematizing
Conditional
I would emblematize
you would emblematize
he/she/it would emblematize
we would emblematize
you would emblematize
they would emblematize
Past Conditional
I would have emblematized
you would have emblematized
he/she/it would have emblematized
we would have emblematized
you would have emblematized
they would have emblematized
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