Definition of pluralization in English:

pluralization

(British pluralisation)

noun

  • See pluralize

    • ‘In all these areas, the increasing pluralization of values, lifestyles, intellectual frameworks, and cultural traditions was intense.’
    • ‘The transition to democracy in Muslim societies depends, as it does everywhere, on a pluralization and differentiation in society and a separation of powers in the state.’
    • ‘Accordingly, we should not predict that globalization and pluralization will generate a wholly secular world.’
    • ‘In the context of cultural pluralization produced by migration and by social stratification, ethnicity remains a social marker relative to other ethnicities subordinated to national identities.’
    • ‘The present discussion on so-called individualization and pluralization that is popular in Germany has been built on this earlier literature and has not made reference to Geiger's work.’

Pronunciation

pluralization

/plʊər(ə)lʌɪˈzeɪʃ(ə)n/