- to make universal.
Also especially British, u·ni·ver·sal·ise.
Origin of universalize
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Examples from the Web for universalization
This juridical method descended naturally from the Jewish theocracy, of which Christendom was a universalization.
The Manifesto went on to say that communism was not the subversion of existing principles, but their universalization.Contemporary Socialism
Universalization means socialization, the extension of the area and range of those who share in a good.Reconstruction in Philosophy
- (tr) to make universal
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