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- n. The conversion of something in order to make it international
- n. The act or process of making a product suitable for international markets, typically by making text messages easily translatable and ensuring support of non-Latin character sets.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. the act of bringing something under international control.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of internationalizing. See internationalism, 2.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of bringing something under international control
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We ranked 16th in internationalization -- due, mainly, to our lack of export market diversification.
We are a region with a high level of internationalization, which is achieving better results than Flanders in terms of exports and attracting investments.
To discredit the idea of internationalization, Defense Department officials kept insisting that their goal was to transfer power not to the United Nations but to the Iraqis.
The design process is called internationalization, and the addition of locale-specific components and the translation of text is called localization.
In the long term, China should continue to encourage the "internationalization" of the RMB.
In the late 1960's and onwards, the U.S. position shifted from that of "internationalization" of Jerusalem to that of Jerusalem as an "undivided city," with free access to the holy places for all faiths.
While understandable from a Central and West European view, "internationalization" is weakening Ukrainian control of perhaps the most important instrument of securing Ukrainian independence from Russia.
I am fond of pointing out that in Taiwan "internationalization" is often synonymous with "more English" and sure, points 2 and 5 there overtly define internationalization as Englishization.
For this particular writing it is, however, also important to note that "internationalization" is a movement in Japan similar to the "multicultural movement" that had already enveloped the narrator's own country, America, a decade or two earlier.