[ UK /ˌɪntənˌæʃənəla‍ɪzˈe‍ɪʃən/ ]
  1. the act of bringing something under international control
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How To Use internationalisation In A Sentence

  • Now, perfect and spatiotemporal devote oneself to to extend its internationalization strategy in product level.
  • He is referring to the internationalisation of English fiction that took place in the 1980s, but there was also importation from a native English tradition.
  • The essential characteristics of the national problems in China are of their importance, internationalization, complexity and protraction.
  • This notion could significantly affect the internationalization strategies of knowledge-based firms.
  • This kind of multi - dimensional teaching system enables Singapore's students to adapt the internationalization tidal current.
  • However, warns Brzezinski, this increasing internationalization of elites "could create a dangerous gap between them and the politically activated masses, whose 'nativism' - exploited by more nationalist political leaders - could work against the 'cosmopolitan' elites." [
  • The opportunities have been pervasive, given the declining regulatory and technical obstacles to the internationalisation of firms' activities.
  • This became even bloodier with the arrival of several deportees who were already well schooled in criminal activity and in the operation and internationalisation of the drug trade.
  • With concentration, conglomeration and internationalization the issues of power and accountability became substantially more difficult, in both principle and practice.
  • The internationalization of English has begun to provoke a twofold enervation .
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