Definition of fetishization in English:

fetishization

(British fetishisation)

noun

  • See fetishize

    • ‘The popular belief that Darwin discovered natural selection is one consequence of the fetishization of science, which leads many people to assume they can safely ignore what they take to be nonscientific thought.’
    • ‘Space-age bachelor-pad music may never recover from its brief fetishization in the early '90s.’
    • ‘And I'm lecturing him about men's fetishization of breasts and legs.’
    • ‘I don't think I'll miss the fragility, but object fetishization has been with us for so long that I have to imagine something else will take its place.’
    • ‘Seems like the market fetishization of youth progressing to its logical conclusion.’

Pronunciation

fetishization

/fɛtɪʃʌɪˈzeɪʃ(ə)n/