democratize

[dih-mok-ruh-tahyz]
Also especially British, de·moc·ra·tise.

Origin of democratize

1790–1800; < French démocratiser, equivalent to démocrate democrat + -iser -ize
Related formsde·moc·ra·ti·za·tion, nounde·moc·ra·tiz·er, nounde-de·moc·ra·ti·za·tion, nounde-de·moc·ra·tize, verb, de·-de·moc·ra·tized, de·-de·moc·ra·tiz·ing.re·de·moc·ra·ti·za·tion, nounre·de·moc·ra·tize, verb, re·de·moc·ra·tized, re·de·moc·ra·tiz·ing.un·de·moc·ra·ti·za·tion, nounun·de·moc·ra·tize, verb (used with object), un·de·moc·ra·tized, un·de·moc·ra·tiz·ing.
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British Dictionary definitions for democratizer

democratize

democratise

verb
  1. (tr) to make democratic
Derived Formsdemocratization or democratisation, noun
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Word Origin and History for democratizer

democratize

v.

1798 (transitive), 1840 (intransitive), from French démocratiser, from démocratie (see democracy). Greek demokratizein meant "to be on the democratic side."

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