Translation of romanize in Spanish:

romanize

Pronunciation: /ˈrəʊmənaɪz/
Romanize

transitive verb/verbo transitivo

  • 1.1 (make like Romans) romanizar*
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    • Britain was a thoroughly Romanized province, or at least the southern portions were.
    • There were certain areas east of the Rhine and north of the Danube that had Roman colonies, but the territory never was Romanized in the thorough fashion that Britain was.
    • The numbers of Romans were never great, but the indigenous upper classes became Romanized and spoke Latin.
    1.2 (transliterate)[ transcribir una lengua usando el alfabeto latino ]
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    • The session focused on a massive undertaking by American libraries to convert to the pinyin system of romanizing the Chinese language.
    • How can students be expected to compete in the international marketplace when they don't even know the accepted standard for romanizing their own language?
    • Pinyin is the Romanized Chinese phonetic system and is the most effective aid to learning Mandarin today.

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