[ US /dɪˈmɑkɹəˌtaɪz/ ]
- become (more) democratic; of nations
- introduce democratic reforms; of nations
How To Use democratize In A Sentence
- Hsu admits that it is somewhat ironic that technology designed to help democratise the internet is also allowing the spooks to spy.
- Efforts to liberalize the economy and democratize the political system have led to corruption and exacerbated the gap in wealth between government officials and the citizens.
- On the one hand, Mormonism was partially democratized in that virtually every adult male could be ordained a priest.
- Both present principles that would democratize the policy-making process and offer concrete suggestions to realize these principles in practice.
- The failure to 'democratise and detribalise power' by mainstream nationalists, as in the case of Kenya since independence, has resulted in politics being about which ethnic group is in control of the state and therefore national resources, and which one is not. CONTENTS
- Perhaps, contrary to the laments, we are now living through a particularly rich time in American poetry - an era of radically democratized poetry.
- An important question the book poses is whether the web is an automatic democratiser, as is widely assumed in western media circles. On Line Opinion - Latest Articles
- Perhaps the next time we hear that siren song we'll stop to realize that we don't need to "democratize" - another country. Siren Song
- The motor bus, introduced to Edinburgh in 1898, spread rapidly and transformed the market, raising capacity and reducing fares, and democratized usage.
- But when Johnny, Johnno, Bercy - (surely he will not mind that term, he is a great democratiser after all?) sat in the chair, legs outstretched so just his toes touched the ground, he took on an air of authority. undefined