politicize

英 [pə'lɪtɪsaɪz] 美 [pə'lɪtɪsaɪz]
  • vt. 使具有政治性
  • vi. 参与政治
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politicize 使政治化

来自politic,政治的,-ize,使。

politicize (v.)
1758, "take up politics," from politics + -ize. Meaning "to render political" is from 1846. Related: Politicized; politicizing. Earlier was politize (late 16c.), but this was rare.
1. Some feminists had attempted to politicize personal life.
一些女权主义者尝试过将个人生活政治化。

来自柯林斯例句

2. The ministry criticized what it called attempts to politicize the Olympics.
俄罗斯外交部批评“把奥林匹克运动会政治化”的企图.

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