verb (used with object), fed·er·al·ized, fed·er·al·iz·ing.
to bring under the control of a federal government: to federalize the National Guard.
to bring together in a federal union, as different states.
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- federalist party,
- federalist, the,
- federated church,
- federated malay states
Also especially British, fed·er·al·ise.
Origin of federalize
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to unite in a federation or federal union; federate
to subject to federal control
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