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narrativize

[ nar-uh-tuh-vahyz ]
/ 藞n忙r 蓹 t蓹藢va瑟z /
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verb (used with or without object), nar路ra路tiv路ized, nar路ra路tiv路iz路ing.
to communicate (events or experiences) in narrative form, in order to better understand them: documentaries that attempt to narrativize the Holocaust.
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OTHER WORDS FROM narrativize

nar路ra路tiv路i路za路tion, noun
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