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internationalizeverb [T]

(UK usually internationalise) uk   /ˌɪn.təˈnæʃ.ən.əl.aɪz/  us   /ˌɪn.t̬ɚˈnæʃ.ən.əl.aɪz/
to make something ​becomeinternational: Bob Marley internationalized ​reggae, making it ​knownthroughout the ​world.
internationalization
noun [U] (UK usually internationalisation) uk   /ˌɪn.təˌnæʃ.ən.əl.aɪˈzeɪ.ʃən/  us   /ˌɪn.t̬ɚˌnæʃ.ən.əl.əˈzeɪ.ʃən/
(Definition of internationalize from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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internationalizeverb [I or T]

(UK also internationalise) uk   /ˌɪntəˈnæʃənəlaɪz/  us   /-ṱɚ-/
to become or make something become ​international: The ​company will ​focus on ​raisingproductivity, ​servingcustomers, and internationalizing its ​business. There is an ​increasingdemand on ​unions and ​workscouncils to internationalize their ​activities.
internationalization
noun [U] (UK also internationalisation) /ˌɪntəˌnæʃənəlɪˈzeɪʃən/  us /-ṱɚ-/
The internationalization of Web ​content is ​achieved when that ​contentadapts to the ​requirements of a ​globalaudience.
(Definition of internationalize from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “internationalize”
in Chinese (Simplified) 使国际化…
in Chinese (Traditional) 使國際化…
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