mythologize Meaning in Cambridge English Dictionary
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mythologizeverb [I or T]

mainly US (UK usually mythologise) uk   /mɪˈθɒl.ə.dʒaɪz/  us   /mɪˈθɑː.lə-/
to create a false picture of a situation: People tend to mythologize (about) their youth/the past.
Translations of “mythologize”
in Chinese (Traditional) (對…)故弄玄虛…
in Chinese (Simplified) (对…)故弄玄虚…
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