verb (used with or without object), de·moc·ra·tized, de·moc·ra·tiz·ing.
Origin of democratize
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Contemporary Examples of democratize
Like Ford, Musk knew that Tesla could only become a significant player if it were to democratize the electric car.From the Model T to the Model S
The Daily Beast
September 24, 2014
It is time for new thinking on how to democratize access to capital in ways that remain consistent with our principles.A Founding Father Profit Sharing Fix for Inequality
July 12, 2014
Jim Gilliam of NationBuilder says his software will "democratize democracy."The Week’s Best Longreads for October 12, 2013
October 12, 2013
Calderon has a clear vision for what it would mean to democratize Torah study in Israel.Who’s Afraid Of Ruth Calderon?
February 14, 2013
The birthers keep pushing for more rhetoric pressure by Obama to democratize Bahrain.The Rise of 'Foreign Policy Birthers'
Leslie H. Gelb
April 23, 2011
Historical Examples of democratize
Not all could be gentlemen; therefore reconstruct and democratize the definition of the gentleman.The Unpopular Review Vol. I
In their religious policy the tyrants went far to democratize Greek religion.
Democratize the state governments, and it will be possible even to change the character of the United States Senate.The Spirit of American Government
J. Allen Smith
It is incontrovertibly true that to mediaevalize the public schools would be to democratize the public schools.What's Wrong With The World
At the later date, street-cars also had been introduced, and we were told were doing much to democratize the people.From Sail to Steam, Recollections of Naval Life
Captain A. T. Mahan
1798 (transitive), 1840 (intransitive), from French démocratiser, from démocratie (see democracy). Greek demokratizein meant "to be on the democratic side."