provincialize

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pro·vin·cial·ize

 (prə-vĭn′shə-līz′)
tr.v. pro·vin·cial·ized, pro·vin·cial·iz·ing, pro·vin·cial·iz·es
To make provincial.

pro·vin′cial·i·za′tion (-shə-lĭ-zā′shən) n.

provincialize

(prəˈvɪnʃəˌlaɪz) or

provincialise

vb
1. (Human Geography) (tr) to declare a province
2. (Human Geography) (tr) to give provincial character to
3. (Human Geography) (intr) to become provincial

provincialize


Past participle: provincialized
Gerund: provincializing

Imperative
provincialize
provincialize
Present
I provincialize
you provincialize
he/she/it provincializes
we provincialize
you provincialize
they provincialize
Preterite
I provincialized
you provincialized
he/she/it provincialized
we provincialized
you provincialized
they provincialized
Present Continuous
I am provincializing
you are provincializing
he/she/it is provincializing
we are provincializing
you are provincializing
they are provincializing
Present Perfect
I have provincialized
you have provincialized
he/she/it has provincialized
we have provincialized
you have provincialized
they have provincialized
Past Continuous
I was provincializing
you were provincializing
he/she/it was provincializing
we were provincializing
you were provincializing
they were provincializing
Past Perfect
I had provincialized
you had provincialized
he/she/it had provincialized
we had provincialized
you had provincialized
they had provincialized
Future
I will provincialize
you will provincialize
he/she/it will provincialize
we will provincialize
you will provincialize
they will provincialize
Future Perfect
I will have provincialized
you will have provincialized
he/she/it will have provincialized
we will have provincialized
you will have provincialized
they will have provincialized
Future Continuous
I will be provincializing
you will be provincializing
he/she/it will be provincializing
we will be provincializing
you will be provincializing
they will be provincializing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been provincializing
you have been provincializing
he/she/it has been provincializing
we have been provincializing
you have been provincializing
they have been provincializing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been provincializing
you will have been provincializing
he/she/it will have been provincializing
we will have been provincializing
you will have been provincializing
they will have been provincializing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been provincializing
you had been provincializing
he/she/it had been provincializing
we had been provincializing
you had been provincializing
they had been provincializing
Conditional
I would provincialize
you would provincialize
he/she/it would provincialize
we would provincialize
you would provincialize
they would provincialize
Past Conditional
I would have provincialized
you would have provincialized
he/she/it would have provincialized
we would have provincialized
you would have provincialized
they would have provincialized
Translations

provincialize

vt to provincialize somethingetw provinziell machen, etw dateinen provinzlerischen Charakter geben
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