verb (used with object), sub·si·dized, sub·si·diz·ing.
Examples from the Web for subsidization
Subsidization of persons as well as institutions must be wisely handled or moral deterioration is likely to set in.The Church on the Changing Frontier|Helen O. Belknap
The power of subsidization of thought was theirs to a remarkable degree, as I was soon to learn under Ernest's tuition.The Iron Heel|Jack London
I believe, therefore, that this subsidization should continue to be reduced.State of the Union Addresses of Harry S. Truman|Harry S. Truman
British Dictionary definitions for subsidization
Word Origin and History for subsidization
1795, from subsidy + -ize. Originally "to pay to hire" (mercenaries, foreign troops, etc.), also of nations, "to buy neutrality or alliance." Meaning "to bribe" is from 1815. Meaning "to support by grants of (often government) money" is from 1828. Related: Subsidized; subsidizing.