[ fet-i-shahyz ]
/ ˈfɛt ɪˌʃaɪz /
verb (used with object), fet·ish·ized, fet·ish·iz·ing.
to make a fetish of.
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Also especially British, fet·ish·ise.
Origin of fetishize
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/ (ˈfɛtɪʃˌaɪz) /
(tr) to be excessively or irrationally devoted to (an object, activity, etc)
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