Definitions

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  • adjective Made into a form similar to that used by the English.
  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of anglicise.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The term bokeh is an anglicised version of a Japanese word used to describe the portion of a photograph that is out of focus behind the area of principal focus in a picture.

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  • The term bokeh is an anglicised version of a Japanese word used to describe the portion of a photograph that is out of focus behind the area of principal focus in a picture.

    Create Your Own Bokeh For Beautiful Photo Effects | Lifehacker Australia

  • It appears therefore that, when it became anglicised from the Dutch it was the alternate spelling that was used.

    The Naming System of the World of The Last Stormlord

  • The word jewellery is derived from the word jewel, which was anglicised from the Old French

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  • The name "Palestine" is the 'anglicised' term for "Syria Palaestina", the name given by the Romans when they defeated the kingdoms of Israel & Judah in AD135.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • The name "Palestine" is the 'anglicised' term for "Syria Palaestina", the name given by the Romans when they defeated the kingdoms of Israel & Judah in AD135.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • Johnny, Sliabh na mBan 'Mountain of the Women', as you may know is 'anglicised' as Slievenamon which is the title of a song the first verse of which is...

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  • It is not clear whether this food frequency questionnaire had been validated in the UK population although the researchers report that the questionnaire was 'anglicised' (presumably meaning made relevant to UK foods).

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  • This year, the Australian parliament's first order of business was to make an apology on behalf of the nation to the "stolen generation", Aborigines who were removed from their families and ancestral lands to be "anglicised" (made to behave more like white people) for over one hundred years, until 1969.

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  • This year, the Australian parliament's first order of business was to make an apology on behalf of the nation to the "stolen generation", Aborigines who were removed from their families and ancestral lands to be "anglicised" (made to behave more like white people) for over one hundred years, until 1969.

    slackbastard

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