verb (used with object), com·mu·nized, com·mu·niz·ing.
( often initial capital letter ) to impose Communist principles or systems of government on (a country or people).
to make (something, as land or a house) the property of the community
; to transfer from individual to community ownership.
Also, especially British, com·mu·nise.
Origin: 1885–90; Related forms
back formation from communization,
equivalent to Latin commūn
de·com·mu·nize, verb (used with object), de·com·mu·nized, de·com·mu·niz·ing.
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