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decommunize Line breaks: de|com|mun¦ize
Pronunciation: /diːˈkɒmjʊnʌɪz/
(also decommunise)

Definition of decommunize in English:


[with object]
Remove the features or influence of communism from.
Example sentences
  • Since Indian agriculture was never communised, it did not have to be decommunised.



Example sentences
  • Poland has not gone through a thorough decommunisation process since the fall of the regime 18 years ago.
  • On the right, there is general dismay over the slow pace of decommunisation and the emergence of corrupt links between politics and business.
  • The issue of decommunization reflects most seriously the dilemma of defining and introducing new rules of post-communist politics.

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