- to make or become democratic.
Origin of democratize
Examples from the Web for democratization
Headlines big and small proclaim the bracing news: democratization, as a global project, is over.Is Democracy Doomed Abroad?
August 31, 2014
We know that, mercifully, democratization scourged us only once in ferociously modern style: during the Civil War.The Real Nightmare of Ferguson
August 15, 2014
The artists in this show are responding to the democratization of the self-portrait that has happened through new technology.The Art of the Selfie
October 17, 2013
Ford, of course, is associated with the democratization of the automobile; the Model T was the first mass-owned car.Are We at the Electric Car’s Tipping Point?
June 1, 2013
The products that once were a metaphor for the democratization of information— remember the Penny Press?The New York Times Co.’s Quarterly Earnings Report: News Isn’t Cheap
April 26, 2013
Democratization of learning, by the cheap books of Aldus, 21.The Booklover and His Books
Harry Lyman Koopman
The democratization of the world and the universal brotherhood of mankind.The Rough Road
William John Locke
In such a time, there is no occasion for us to postpone our demands for democratization.The Future Belongs to the People
If democratization be synonymous with anglicization, Ireland begs to be excused.The Sacred Egoism of Sinn Fein
Gnathai Gan Iarraidh
One of the first effects on the men who served was democratization.Average Americans
- (tr) to make democratic
Word Origin and History for democratization
1798 (transitive), 1840 (intransitive), from French démocratiser, from démocratie (see democracy). Greek demokratizein meant "to be on the democratic side."