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deculturate

[ dee-kuhl-chuh-reyt ]
/ di藞k蕦l t蕛蓹藢re瑟t /
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verb (used with object), de路cul路tur路at路ed, de路cul路tur路at路ing.
to cause the loss or abandonment of culture or cultural characteristics of (a people, society, etc.).
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OTHER WORDS FROM deculturate

de路cul路tur路a路tion, noun
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