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Grecize

or gre·cize

[ gree-sahyz ]
/ ˈgri saɪz /
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verb (used with object), Gre·cized, Gre·ciz·ing.

to impart Greek characteristics to.
to translate into Greek.

verb (used without object), Gre·cized, Gre·ciz·ing.

to conform to what is Greek; adopt Greek speech, customs, etc.

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Also especially British, Grae·cize .

Origin of Grecize

1685–95; <Latin graecizāre to imitate the Greeks <Greek graikízein to speak Greek; see -ize
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British Dictionary definitions for Grecize

Grecize
/ (ˈɡriːsaɪz) /

verb

a variant spelling (esp US) of Graecize
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