American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- v. To cause to become urban.
- v. To impart the styles and manners of a city to: "Will the immigration of high-powered executives somehow citify the country?” ( Wharton Magazine).
- v. intransitive, informal To become more like or more in the character of a city.
- v. transitive, slang To make more like or more in the character of a city.
- v. transitive, informal To make more like a city person.
- v. accustom to urban ways
- From city + -fy. (Wiktionary)
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