- v. transitive alternative spelling of anglicise.
- From Latin anglicus. (Wiktionary)
“We should anglicize that a bit to be less of a hardship in the mouths of us English speakers.”
“Yes, its a shame to take a British book about a British woman and anglicize (or would you say anglicise?) it.”
“In the older one, there are many grammatical errors, but it retains a great deal of charm, where as the new translations try to anglicize even the names, so much of the flavour is lost though it does have the good point of being unabridged.”
“Some authors choose to anglicize their names for the purposes of publishing in English, so that their family name appears on the book cover last not first, others such as Tan Twan Eng don't.”
“It was only some time later that I realized that these two names referred to the same place I know nothing of Chinese apart from how to anglicize its pronunciation.”
“And if you can anglicize your name to make people in this country better understand you and to do business, I don't think it's a bad idea and that we need to be that critical.”
“Did you ask him to change his name and anglicize his name?”
“Did you ask him to change his name and anglicize their name?”
“So, rather than anglicize every other name from the period, I chose to use the names from the works that Shakespeare based his plays upon.”
“This is 냉면, Korean cold buckwheat noodles, that I would anglicize as neng myun or naeng myun.”
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