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sub·ur·ban·ize

 (sə-bûr′bə-nīz′)
tr.v. sub·urb·an·ized, sub·urb·an·iz·ing, sub·urb·an·izes
To render suburban; impart a suburban character to.

sub·ur′ban·i·za′tion (-bə-nĭ-zā′shən) n.
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Adj.1.suburbanized - surrounded by many suburbs; "a highly suburbanized city"
decentralised, decentralized - withdrawn from a center or place of concentration; especially having power or function dispersed from a central to local authorities; "a decentralized school administration"
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