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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.

illegalize

(ɪˈliːɡəˌlaɪz) or

illegalise

vb
(tr) to make illegal
ilˌlegaliˈzation, ilˌlegaliˈsation n

il•le•gal•ize

(ɪˈli gəˌlaɪz)

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

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
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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When the SC illegalized the pork barrel, it was only P200 million for each of 24 senators and P70 million for each of 255 congressmen ndash or a total of P22.65 billion a year.
In this regard, the Cell banned sale of loose cigarettes sticks, banned import of tobacco and non-tobacco sheesha and related substances, banned tobacco advertisement in print, electronic and outdoor media, banned cigarette packs having less than 20 cigarettes, illegalized designated smoking areas / smoking rooms, declared public places 100% smoke-free, raised awareness among masses, and built capacity of authorized persons to support enforcement.
In this regard, the Cell banned sale of loose cigarettes sticks, banned import of tobacco and non-tobacco sheesha and related substances, banned tobacco advertisement in print, electronic and outdoor media, banned cigarette packs having less than 20 cigarettes, illegalized designated smoking areas/smoking rooms, declared public places 100pc smoke-free, raised awareness among masses, and built capacity of authorized persons to support enforcement.'
In this regard, the Cell banned sale of loose cigarettes sticks, banned import of tobacco and non-tobacco sheesha and related substances, banned tobacco advertisement in print, electronic and outdoor media, banned cigarette packs having less than 20 cigarettes, illegalized designated smoking areas or smoking rooms, declared public places 100% smoke-free, raised awareness among masses, and built capacity of authorized persons to support enforcement.
He said that Tobacco Control Cell has banned sale of loose cigarettes sticks, banned import of tobacco and non-tobacco sheesha and related substances, banned tobacco advertisement in print, electronic and outdoor media, banned cigarette packs having less than 20 cigarettes, illegalized designated smoking areas or smoking rooms, declared public places 100% smoke-free, raised awareness among masses, and built capacity of authorized persons to support enforcement.
He informed that Tobacco Control Cell (TCC) banned sale of loose cigarettes sticks, banned import of tobacco and non-tobacco sheesha and related substances, banned tobacco advertisement in print, electronic and outdoor media, banned cigarette packs having less than 20 cigarettes, illegalized designated smoking areas / smoking rooms, declared public places 100% smoke-free, raised awareness among masses, and built capacity of authorized persons to support enforcement.
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Presumably, with growing restrictions and prohibitions (including criminal offenses) on their ability to work, rent, bank, or obtain a driver's license in the UK (see Aliverti 2015), the "illegalized" will be "persuaded" to self-deport (Inda Sc Dowling 2013, 23).
Immaterial Labour, Precariousness and Cultural Work") have differentiated precariousness from precarity, reserving precariousness for "all forms of insecure, contingent, flexible work--from illegalized, casualized and temporary employment, to homeworking, piecework and freelancing" and precarity for "the multiplication of precarious, unstable, insecure forms of living and, simultaneously, new forms of political struggle and solidarity that reach beyond the traditional models of the political party or trade union." Another strand of thinking about precariousness comes from the philosophical work of Judith Butler, who seeks to ontologize precarity for all life-forms, and specifically for humans, who come into the world and stay in the world vulnerable and reliant on others.
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