verb (used with object), plu·ral·ized, plu·ral·iz·ing.
verb (used without object), plu·ral·ized, plu·ral·iz·ing.
to receive or take a plural form.
Also especially British, plu·ral·ise.
Origin of pluralize
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They are placed immediately after the noun they pluralize and before the particles which indicate case.Diego Collado's Grammar of the Japanese Language
(intr) to hold more than one ecclesiastical benefice or office at the same time
to make or become plural
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