anglicise

[ UK /ˈæŋɡlɪsˌa‍ɪz/ ]
VERB
  1. make English in appearance
    She anglicised her name after moving from Paris to London
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How To Use anglicise In A Sentence

  • Unfortunately, its counterpart in French botanical terminology, radicule, apparently has been anglicised into radicle. Languagehat.com: PLUMULE.
  • May 2008 (CDT) ok. it's also the name of a coffee house chain in britain, i think. pointillisme occurred to me but ox. has it anglicised, sans e. middle French Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]
  • They called it Bom Bahia, a name that was subsequently anglicised to Bombay under the Raj.
  • The word succotash itself is an anglicized version of a word from the Narragansett Indians. SARA MOULTON’S EVERYDAY FAMILY DINNERS
  • She anglicised her name after moving from Paris to London
  • However a move in South Australia to change or anglicise New Australians' names was strongly resisted.
  • Significantly but fittingly, that period of partition and decolonisation occupies only the last two chapters for Keay ventures far beyond the traditional anglicised view of the country and its people.
  • His partner Doyle, an Anglicised Irishman, laments his fellow-countrymen's irresolute dreaming and victim culture.
  • The De Boyvilles - the name was anglicised in the 18th century - claim Kelburn is the oldest castle in Scotland to have been continuously occupied by one family.
  • The core phonology is shared by all speakers of the language, while the Anglicized phonology makes the most of the consonant and vowel distinctions in English.
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