What is another word for anglicize?

Pronunciation: [ˈaŋɡlɪsˌa͡ɪz] (IPA)

Anglicize means to convert something or someone to an English-style or form. There are numerous synonyms for anglicize such as Englishize, anglicanize, Anglicanize, and englicise. Other equivalents for anglicize can include to Anglicise, to anglicify, to anglicise, and to Anglicanize. The word can also be represented by phrases such as to make English, to give an English touch, to turn into English or to adapt to English customs. Regardless of what synonym you prefer to use, what's important is that the concept behind an anglicized object or person is well-understood.

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What are the hypernyms for Anglicize?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Anglicize

But he went on to say, even were such attempts successful, what would be the inevitable result: "You may perhaps Americanize, but, depend upon it, by methods of this description you will never anglicize the French inhabitants of the province.
"Lord Elgin"
John George Bourinot
For example, it was decided in 1830 that the Irish must be educated, and a system was set up which was deliberately designed to anglicize Ireland and extirpate Roman Catholicism.
"The Framework of Home Rule"
Erskine Childers
Fate and circumstances must anglicize it in spite of the huge French consulate, in spite of legions of greedy Greeks; in spite even of sand, musquitos, bugs, and dirt, of winds from India, and of thieves from Cyprus.
"The Bertrams"
Anthony Trollope

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