One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
verb[with object]often as adjective Sinicized
Make Chinese in character or form.‘a more Sinicized conception of rulership’
- ‘In those years many Protestant-American missionaries in China were making an effort to "Sinicize" their missions.’
- ‘U.S. companies in China have been Sinicized more successfully than their counterparts from other nations.’
- ‘At the very least, they acknowledge a need to Sinicize outside ideas.’
- ‘This type of representation is generally regarded as a more Chinese-looking, or Sinicized image.’
- ‘He calls this politicized style Sinicized English.’
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