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Vietnamization

[ vee-et-nuh-muh-zey-shuhn, vyet-, vee-it- ]
/ viˌɛt nə məˈzeɪ ʃən, ˌvyɛt-, ˌvi ɪt- /
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noun

a U.S. policy during the Vietnam War of giving the South Vietnamese government responsibility for carrying on the war, so as to allow for the withdrawal of American troops.

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Origin of Vietnamization

First recorded in 1965–70; Vietnam + -ization
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British Dictionary definitions for Vietnamization

Vietnamization

Vietnamisation

/ (ˌvjɛtnəmaɪˈzeɪʃən) /

noun

(in the Vietnam War) a US government policy of transferring the tasks of fighting and directing the war to the government and forces of South Vietnam
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