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politicize
American English: /pəˈlɪdəˌsaɪz/
British English: /pəˈlɪtɪsʌɪz/

Translation of politicize in Spanish:

transitive verb

  • to become politicized
    politizarse
    Example sentences
    • Universities are centres of freedom of speech, granted, but we have to admit that this is a hugely politicized event being proposed at the one campus in Canada where this issue has exploded into violence.
    • If judges are horribly political, politicized opposition to nominees is called for.
    • When people protest the way the Administration is let off the hook until the election, of course, the charge will be that they are attempting to politicize the process.

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