Wortformen: 3rd person singular present
, present participle homogenizing
, past tense , past participle homogenized
regional note: in BRIT, also use homogenise
If something is homogenized
, it is changed so that all its parts are similar or the same, especially
in a way that is undesirable
Even Brussels bureaucrats can't homogenize national cultures and tastes.
homogenized graded adjective
...an increasingly homogenised and bland America.
) uncountable noun
They no longer worry about the homogenization of culture.
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