verb (used with object), of·fi·cial·ized, of·fi·cial·iz·ing.
Why is Catholic Church changing its official Mass?This weekend the Catholic Church is changing the required English-language Mass. This is a big deal because it is the third time in the 1700-year history of the Church that the Mass is being formally changed, according to the Lexington Herald-Leader. First let’s review a brief history of the Catholic Church. The Church and its sacred documents were codified at the Council of Nicaea in …
Do You Know The Official Language Of Each Of These Countries?Most people know a handful of official languages in countries around the world—French in France, Italian in Italy, Russian in Russia, Spanish in Spain. But, those are really easy, and with 195 countries and 7,000 different languages, the handful you think you know is really only a teeny-tiny sampling! So, try your hand at guessing the official languages of these 20 countries. Some of them …
- official solicitor,
- official strike,
Also especially British, of·fi·cial·ise.
Origin of officialize
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