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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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suburbanize

(sʌˈbɜːbəˌnaɪz) or

suburbanise

vb
(Human Geography) (tr) to make suburban
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sub•ur•ban•ize

(səˈbɜr bəˌnaɪz)

v.t. -ized, -iz•ing.
to give suburban characteristics to.
[1890–95]
sub•ur`ban•i•za′tion, n.
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suburbanize


Past participle: suburbanized
Gerund: suburbanizing

Imperative
suburbanize
suburbanize
Present
I suburbanize
you suburbanize
he/she/it suburbanizes
we suburbanize
you suburbanize
they suburbanize
Preterite
I suburbanized
you suburbanized
he/she/it suburbanized
we suburbanized
you suburbanized
they suburbanized
Present Continuous
I am suburbanizing
you are suburbanizing
he/she/it is suburbanizing
we are suburbanizing
you are suburbanizing
they are suburbanizing
Present Perfect
I have suburbanized
you have suburbanized
he/she/it has suburbanized
we have suburbanized
you have suburbanized
they have suburbanized
Past Continuous
I was suburbanizing
you were suburbanizing
he/she/it was suburbanizing
we were suburbanizing
you were suburbanizing
they were suburbanizing
Past Perfect
I had suburbanized
you had suburbanized
he/she/it had suburbanized
we had suburbanized
you had suburbanized
they had suburbanized
Future
I will suburbanize
you will suburbanize
he/she/it will suburbanize
we will suburbanize
you will suburbanize
they will suburbanize
Future Perfect
I will have suburbanized
you will have suburbanized
he/she/it will have suburbanized
we will have suburbanized
you will have suburbanized
they will have suburbanized
Future Continuous
I will be suburbanizing
you will be suburbanizing
he/she/it will be suburbanizing
we will be suburbanizing
you will be suburbanizing
they will be suburbanizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been suburbanizing
you have been suburbanizing
he/she/it has been suburbanizing
we have been suburbanizing
you have been suburbanizing
they have been suburbanizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been suburbanizing
you will have been suburbanizing
he/she/it will have been suburbanizing
we will have been suburbanizing
you will have been suburbanizing
they will have been suburbanizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been suburbanizing
you had been suburbanizing
he/she/it had been suburbanizing
we had been suburbanizing
you had been suburbanizing
they had been suburbanizing
Conditional
I would suburbanize
you would suburbanize
he/she/it would suburbanize
we would suburbanize
you would suburbanize
they would suburbanize
Past Conditional
I would have suburbanized
you would have suburbanized
he/she/it would have suburbanized
we would have suburbanized
you would have suburbanized
they would have suburbanized
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.suburbanize - take on suburban character; "the city suburbanized"
change - undergo a change; become different in essence; losing one's or its original nature; "She changed completely as she grew older"; "The weather changed last night"
2.suburbanize - make suburban in character; "highly suburbanized cities"
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"
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John's Evangelical Lutheran Church, undoubtedly suffered the same pressures, with a history of a predominantly German congregation now undergoing decreasing immigration and a suburbanizing existing congregation.
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Bond, Eds., Suburbanizing the masses: public transport and urban development in historical perspective, Routledge, Routledge, 2003.
Finally, looking at how these may come together in relation to defining rural communities, Howley and Howley (2010) propose three rural community types: durable agrarian (sustainable rural industries), resource extraction (mining, logging) and, suburbanizing (becoming other than rural).
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James Street to the emerging alley of skyscrapers on Dorchester Boulevard (now Boulevard Rene-Levesque), its underground shopping promenade contributed to the material and conceptual framework for the elaboration of Montreal's "underground city," and it heralded a building boom--including major investments in infrastructure from the Metro to Expo--that not only transformed the downtown but linked it to a more car-friendly, suburbanizing environment.
(2) For a discussion, see Colin Divall and Barbara Schmucki, 'Technology (Sub)urban Development and the Social Construction of Urban Transport', in Colin Divall and Winstan Bond (eds), Suburbanizing the Masses: Public Transport and Urban Development in Historical Perspective (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2003), p.
Hersperger (2002): Road traffic and nearby grassland bird patterns in a suburbanizing landscape.
The authors developed such a model in regard to the groundwater management in the suburban area of Chicago and conducted a series of collaborative and developmental meetings with stakeholders and planners in a rapidly suburbanizing area facing groundwater shortages.
Burcher and Benfield (3) sampled 3rd and 4th order streams from agricultural and recently suburbanizing watersheds, but found only very subtle differences between them for macroinvertebrate assemblages.
The biotic integrity of streams in urban and suburbanizing landscapes.