occidentalise


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Occidentalise


Past participle: Occidentalised
Gerund: Occidentalising

Imperative
Occidentalise
Occidentalise
Present
I Occidentalise
you Occidentalise
he/she/it Occidentalises
we Occidentalise
you Occidentalise
they Occidentalise
Preterite
I Occidentalised
you Occidentalised
he/she/it Occidentalised
we Occidentalised
you Occidentalised
they Occidentalised
Present Continuous
I am Occidentalising
you are Occidentalising
he/she/it is Occidentalising
we are Occidentalising
you are Occidentalising
they are Occidentalising
Present Perfect
I have Occidentalised
you have Occidentalised
he/she/it has Occidentalised
we have Occidentalised
you have Occidentalised
they have Occidentalised
Past Continuous
I was Occidentalising
you were Occidentalising
he/she/it was Occidentalising
we were Occidentalising
you were Occidentalising
they were Occidentalising
Past Perfect
I had Occidentalised
you had Occidentalised
he/she/it had Occidentalised
we had Occidentalised
you had Occidentalised
they had Occidentalised
Future
I will Occidentalise
you will Occidentalise
he/she/it will Occidentalise
we will Occidentalise
you will Occidentalise
they will Occidentalise
Future Perfect
I will have Occidentalised
you will have Occidentalised
he/she/it will have Occidentalised
we will have Occidentalised
you will have Occidentalised
they will have Occidentalised
Future Continuous
I will be Occidentalising
you will be Occidentalising
he/she/it will be Occidentalising
we will be Occidentalising
you will be Occidentalising
they will be Occidentalising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been Occidentalising
you have been Occidentalising
he/she/it has been Occidentalising
we have been Occidentalising
you have been Occidentalising
they have been Occidentalising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been Occidentalising
you will have been Occidentalising
he/she/it will have been Occidentalising
we will have been Occidentalising
you will have been Occidentalising
they will have been Occidentalising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been Occidentalising
you had been Occidentalising
he/she/it had been Occidentalising
we had been Occidentalising
you had been Occidentalising
they had been Occidentalising
Conditional
I would Occidentalise
you would Occidentalise
he/she/it would Occidentalise
we would Occidentalise
you would Occidentalise
they would Occidentalise
Past Conditional
I would have Occidentalised
you would have Occidentalised
he/she/it would have Occidentalised
we would have Occidentalised
you would have Occidentalised
they would have Occidentalised
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.occidentalise - make western in character; "The country was Westernized after it opened up"
alter, change, modify - cause to change; make different; cause a transformation; "The advent of the automobile may have altered the growth pattern of the city"; "The discussion has changed my thinking about the issue"
orientalise, orientalize - make oriental in character; "orientalize your garden"
Based on WordNet 3.0, Farlex clipart collection. © 2003-2012 Princeton University, Farlex Inc.
References in periodicals archive ?
Le regime mediterraneen est en train de se transformer peu a peu en regime occidentalise est ceci s'accompagne de l'augmentation de nombreuses maladies chroniques 'occidentales' et notamment de cancers, digestifs pour la plupart.
Le heros masculin de Hiroshima mon amour, quoique d'origine extreme-orientale, n'est en realite qu'assez peu "japonais." Duras et Resnais inventent en effet un personnage, certes de nationalite nippone mais tres occidentalise, qu'ils affublent d'un accent francais relativement peu prononce, d'une solide education francaise et de traits moderement orientaux.
For him, the West must continue to Occidentalise and conquer new people, even if Islamic countries are reluctant.
The West, given the superiority of its values, he added, "is bound to occidentalise and conquer new people...It has done it with the Communist world and part of the Islamic world, but unfortunately, a part of the Islamic world is 1,400 years behind".
The West, given the superiority of its values, "is bound to occidentalise and conquer new people...It has done it with the Communist world and part of the Islamic world, but unfortunately, a part of the Islamic world is 1,400 years behind.
These tendencies occidentalise some homogeneous entity called the West, to which all evils are now attributed (just as colonial culture attributed venal sexual mores to an orientalised East).
Meme ce qui etait la litterature nationale n'est plus un terrain d'echange avec l'etranger que l'on dit "occidentalise." Si le narrateur se moque de lui-meme en se donnant le titre du "plus nul des ethnologues" (158), il n'adopte pas du tout le meme principe lorsque, de l'interieur de la litterature, il commente le role qu'il voudrait voir jouer a la litterature.