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gen·tri·fy

 (jĕn′trə-fī′)
v. gen·tri·fied, gen·tri·fy·ing, gen·tri·fies
v.tr.
To subject to gentrification: gentrify a row of Victorian houses.
v.intr.
To undergo gentrification: a neighborhood that is rapidly gentrifying.


gen′tri·fi′er n.
Translations

gentrified

[ˈdʒentrɪˌfaɪd] ADJ [area, houses] → aburguesado
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But the ensuing scenario is all too familiar: Long-time economically depressed or working class cities such as Brooklyn and Harlem soon become gentrified by outside investors and developers, forcing out decades-long residents and local businesses by the rapidly inflating cost of living.
When it comes to people factors, the study shows that a place with a mixed population of several different races is far more likely to be gentrified than an area with a very high population of black or Latino residents.
Today, the area has a gentrified look to it, thanks in no small part to the charming little gardens that have been established by owners who clearly care about how their homes look.
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Every area I grew up in has been totally, utterly bastardised into a gentrified hell hole Lord (John) Bird, founder of the Big Issue He is rocking, I can easily see him going on Actor Michael Douglas on his veteran film star father Kirk Douglas, who is approaching 100 All I can do is cry, and that's what happens.
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