verb (used with object), par·ti·cip·i·al·ized, par·ti·cip·i·al·iz·ing.
to form (a word) into a participle; make participial.
Present, Past, and Sometimes Perfect Participles
Participles are words derived from verbs that can function as adjectives or as parts of verb phrases to create verb tenses. The two main types of participles are the present participle and the past participle. The perfect participle depends on the past participle for its forms. Participial phrases function as adjectives that modify the subjects or other nouns in sentences. The Present Participle Adding -ing …
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Also especially British, par·ti·cip·i·al·ise.
Origin of participialize
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