verb (used with object), me·di·a·tized, me·di·a·tiz·ing.
to annex (a principality) to another state, while allowing certain rights to its former sovereign.
Also especially British, me·di·a·tise.
Origin of mediatize
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We've got to mediatise all this stuff, all these little crowns and boundaries and creeds, and so on, that stand in the way.The Research Magnificent
H. G. Wells
(tr) to annex (a state) to another state, allowing the former ruler to retain his title and some authority
Word Origin for mediatize
C19: from French médiatiser; see mediate, -ize
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