Definition of Christianize in English:

Christianize

verb

  • See Christian

    • ‘Lithuania soon became one of the largest kingdoms in medieval Europe and remained pagan despite attempts by the Catholics and the Orthodox church to Christianize it.’
    • ‘False conversion is, I believe, the least understood but most important issue that confronts those of us who work in the western world where it is easy to become Christianised and not Christian.’
    • ‘In Christianity some want to take over the world and Christianise the government and the people so that after it is done Christ will come back.’
    • ‘Stark claims, strikingly, that Scandinavia and Latin America have never been properly Christianized.’
    • ‘After a failed attempt by Wesleyan missionaries to Christianize the islands in 1797, they and other Christian missionaries were more successful in the mid-nineteenth century.’

Pronunciation

Christianize

/ˈkrɪstʃəˌnaɪz//ˈkrisCHəˌnīz/