democratizes, democratizing, democratized
If a country or a system is democratized, it is made democratic. [JOURNALISM]

[V n] ...a further need to democratize the life of society as a whole...

[V n] When he left his native country, he said he would not return until it had been fully democratised.

Derived words:
democratization [[t]dɪmɒ̱krətaɪze͟ɪʃ(ə)n[/t]] N-UNCOUNT oft the N of n

...the democratisation of Eastern Europe.

...the democratization process.

(in BRIT, also use democratise)

English dictionary. 2008.

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