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demassify

or de-mas·si·fy

[ dee-mas-uh-fahy ]
/ diˈmæs əˌfaɪ /
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verb (used with object), de·mas·si·fied, de·mas·si·fy·ing.
to cause (society or a social system) to become less uniform or centralized; diversify or decentralize: to demassify the federal government.
to break (something standardized or homogeneous) into elements that appeal to individual tastes or special interests: to demassify the magazine industry into special-interest periodicals.
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Origin of demassify

OTHER WORDS FROM demassify

de·mas·si·fi·ca·tion, nounde·mas·si·fi·er, noun
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