Translation of anglicize in Spanish:


anglicanizar, v.

Pronunciation /ˈaŋɡlɪsʌɪz//ˈæŋɡləˌsaɪz/

transitive verb

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    (phrase/word) anglicanizar
    • The De Boyvilles - the name was anglicised in the 18th century - claim Kelburn is the oldest castle in Scotland to have been continuously occupied by one family.
    • They called it Bom Bahia, a name that was subsequently anglicised to Bombay under the Raj.
    • His daughter, however, is somewhat anglicised.
    • For Owen, to whom speaking English has brought success and respectability, anglicising Irish place names represents the modernisation of Ireland as a nation.
    • In 1816 Saartje Bartman, a South African woman whose original name is unknown and whose Dutch name had been anglicized to Sarah Bartmann, died in Paris.
    • This comic operetta tells the story of a South Sea Island despot who wishes to anglicise his island by importing all things English.
    • Among Comte's crimes is having coined the term ‘sociology,’ though I suspect he wrote sociologie and someone else anglicized it.
    • Griggs anglicised the name, reshaped the heel, added the yellow stitching and trademarked the AirWair soles.
    • He obtained employment with the Parke family of Dunally House as a gardener circa 1840 and had to anglicise his family name to Foley.
    • The United States anglicized the name to ‘Porto Rico’ when it occupied the island in 1898 after the Spanish-American War.
    • The Battenbergs also anglicized their name to Mountbatten.
    • As a result many of these students alter their speech in order to be accepted into an anglicised Scottish middle class intelligentsia, further validating anglicised language and manners as a prerequisite for participation.
    • A communist and uncompromising anti-militarist from well before Hitler rose to power, he was born Herzefeld and anglicised his name as a protest against rampant nationalism during the war.
    • While not anti-English, it is decidedly pro-Gaelic (even insisting on Gaelic names in cases where anglicised forms are far more familiar to Scots) and tends to be anti-Presbyterian.
    • Well-meaning and often charming, my father escaped his heritage as much he could by marrying a non-Italian non-Catholic; he anglicized his name from Vittorio Giuseppe to Victor John Corsini.
    • However a move in South Australia to change or anglicise New Australians' names was strongly resisted.
    • This will also prevent English being used on road signs, and anglicised forms of Irish place names are likely to disappear from use.
    • Some Finnish Americans anglicized their names and joined American churches and clubs.
    • Years later they anglicised their names for the sake of their daughter.
    • I genuinely don't know how people see me in Scotland, if they think I'm too anglicised or whatever.
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    (country/culture) anglicanizar
    his friends in Scotland think he's become very anglicized sus amigos de Escocia piensan que se ha vuelto muy inglés