Communizations

communize

[kom-yuh-nahyz]
verb (used with object), communized, communizing.
1.
(often initial capital letter) to impose Communist principles or systems of government on (a country or people).
2.
to make communistic.
3.
to make (something, as land or a house) the property of the community; to transfer from individual to community ownership.
Also, especially British, communise.


Origin:
1885–90; back formation from communization, equivalent to Latin commūn(is) common + -ization

communization, noun
decommunize, verb (used with object), decommunized, decommunizing.
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communize or communise (ˈkɒmjʊˌnaɪz)
 
vb
1.  to make (property) public; nationalize
2.  to make (a person or country) communist
 
communise or communise
 
vb
 
communi'zation or communise
 
n
 
communi'sation or communise
 
n

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