illegalize

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il·le·gal·ize

 (ĭ-lē′gə-līz′)
tr.v. il·le·gal·ized, il·le·gal·iz·ing, il·le·gal·iz·es
To make illegal.
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illegalize

(ɪˈliːɡəˌlaɪz) or

illegalise

vb
(tr) to make illegal
ilˌlegaliˈzation, ilˌlegaliˈsation n
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il•le•gal•ize

(ɪˈli gəˌlaɪz)

v.t. -ized, -iz•ing.
to make illegal.
[1810–20]
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illegalize


Past participle: illegalized
Gerund: illegalizing

Imperative
illegalize
illegalize
Present
I illegalize
you illegalize
he/she/it illegalizes
we illegalize
you illegalize
they illegalize
Preterite
I illegalized
you illegalized
he/she/it illegalized
we illegalized
you illegalized
they illegalized
Present Continuous
I am illegalizing
you are illegalizing
he/she/it is illegalizing
we are illegalizing
you are illegalizing
they are illegalizing
Present Perfect
I have illegalized
you have illegalized
he/she/it has illegalized
we have illegalized
you have illegalized
they have illegalized
Past Continuous
I was illegalizing
you were illegalizing
he/she/it was illegalizing
we were illegalizing
you were illegalizing
they were illegalizing
Past Perfect
I had illegalized
you had illegalized
he/she/it had illegalized
we had illegalized
you had illegalized
they had illegalized
Future
I will illegalize
you will illegalize
he/she/it will illegalize
we will illegalize
you will illegalize
they will illegalize
Future Perfect
I will have illegalized
you will have illegalized
he/she/it will have illegalized
we will have illegalized
you will have illegalized
they will have illegalized
Future Continuous
I will be illegalizing
you will be illegalizing
he/she/it will be illegalizing
we will be illegalizing
you will be illegalizing
they will be illegalizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been illegalizing
you have been illegalizing
he/she/it has been illegalizing
we have been illegalizing
you have been illegalizing
they have been illegalizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been illegalizing
you will have been illegalizing
he/she/it will have been illegalizing
we will have been illegalizing
you will have been illegalizing
they will have been illegalizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been illegalizing
you had been illegalizing
he/she/it had been illegalizing
we had been illegalizing
you had been illegalizing
they had been illegalizing
Conditional
I would illegalize
you would illegalize
he/she/it would illegalize
we would illegalize
you would illegalize
they would illegalize
Past Conditional
I would have illegalized
you would have illegalized
he/she/it would have illegalized
we would have illegalized
you would have illegalized
they would have illegalized
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.illegalize - declare illegal; outlaw; "Marijuana is criminalized in the U.S."
nix, prohibit, proscribe, disallow, forbid, interdict, veto - command against; "I forbid you to call me late at night"; "Mother vetoed the trip to the chocolate store"; "Dad nixed our plans"
ban, censor - forbid the public distribution of ( a movie or a newspaper)
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Inspired and informed by the stories of migrants, refugees and asylum seekers, British-Romanian collective Bezna Theatre's powerful new show aims to expose the profit being made from the Home Office's illegalisation of human life.
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