Definition of relativization in English:

relativization

noun

  • See relativize

    • ‘In effect, this approach amounts to a relativisation of growth.’
    • ‘Unfortunately, there are more sophisticated versions of these cases where simple relativization to events simply will not do.’
    • ‘There are also a few examples that can be construed as relativization out of a supplement to the relative clause, which is a mere island violation.’
    • ‘And as this community broadens in spread and significance, we are effectively implicated in the relativization of the rest who remain on the outside of its borders.’
    • ‘For many, Darwin's theory led to a pure relativization and naturalization of ethics.’

Pronunciation

relativization

/ˌrɛlətɪvʌɪˈzɛɪʃ(ə)n/