- v. Simple past tense and past participle of modernise.
- adj. brought up to date
“I want to cite another speaker who told the Empire club about the exciting opportunities present in modernised farming.”
“Under Blair, Britain "modernised" as "Cool Britannia," and indicators on the economy, the environment, and crime improved for his decade-plus as British prime minister.”
“Bliar "modernised" and we rightly attacked him for it.”
“I'm also a bit uncomfortable with the chapel in school, the hymns being so 'modernised' and stuff.”
“I'm getting a bit worried about the "modernised" Tory Party - Shadow Chancellor George Osborne was attacking Gordon yesterday telling him to "go back to Scotland" and comparing New Labour to the old Soviet Union; Cameron wants increased selfishness; Archer may be on his way back to the frontline; and Thatcher has won a vote.”
“Japanese artisan is also becoming "modernised," and is now demanding higher wages, and enforcing his demand by "strikes.”
“Wulfings_ (1889) to _The Sundering Flood_, published after the author's death in 1898, were actual romances -- written in a kind of modernised fifteenth-century English, and dealing, some with far back incidents of the conflict between Romans and "Barbarians," most with the frank no-time and no-place of Romance itself.”
“Plenty of claims are made on his behalf that he has 'modernised' the party.”
“Plans include additional operating theatres for day surgery and a "modernised" outpatients department.”
“Too my ears this interesting first EP sounds like a 'modernised' and 'innovated' approach to technical black metal.”
‘modernised’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for modernised.