verb (used with object), universalized, universalizing.
to make universal.
Also, especially British, universalise.

1635–45; universal + -ize

universalization, noun
universalizer, noun
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universalize or universalise (ˌjuːnɪˈvɜːsəˌlaɪz)
(tr) to make universal
universalise or universalise
universali'zation or universalise
universali'sation or universalise

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Example sentences
That's because the filmmaker never finds a way to universalize the characters'
Well, there isn't one, and it was tough to find one that would universalize the
  concept of cupcake.
There is a national movement to universalize the high school curriculum so that
  all students graduate prepared for college.
The only way to eliminate this bias would be to universalize all means-tested
  benefits currently targeted toward single mothers.
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