Definition of mongrelize in English:

mongrelize

(also mongrelise)

verb

[WITH OBJECT]
  • Cause to become mixed in race, composition, or character:

    ‘a patois of mongrelized French’
    • ‘In Europe we're pretty much so mongrelised that we don't have an indigenous population.’
    • ‘The blues, it seems, has become co-opted, and then co-opted back: mongrelized, in the best sense of the word, like the rest of American culture.’
    • ‘Under the right conditions, the newcomer aids the group - an effect that is increased if the group is already mongrelized, because then resistance to the outsider will be lower.’
    • ‘Some day a bright spark or a very small collection of bright sparks will come up with a better and fully integrated language, rather like the emergence of ‘C’ from the Babel of mongrelised languages and dialects that preceded it.’
    • ‘Only the immigrant generation uses this mongrelized Bulgarian; their American-educated children are more likely to consider English their primary language.’
    • ‘He then told us of an idea he had about breeding a common, mongrelized man which every race would be distilled into, until mankind had a homogenous race.’
    • ‘The mongrelized Westerns were made here by actors who couldn't get better jobs in California.’
    • ‘I want to say the genius of the human race is mongrelised.’

Pronunciation:

mongrelize

/ˈməŋɡrəlʌɪz/