Definition of cosmopolitanize in US English:

cosmopolitanize

verb

  • See cosmopolitan

    • ‘Doesn't history, especially since 1989, show that the Manifesto at least overestimated the cosmopolitanizing effects of capitalism?’
    • ‘All that now exists is the new France, the new Germany, and the new Britain: no longer nation-states but transnational states that have been cosmopolitanized from within.’
    • ‘I would have him go to Andover or Groton, thence to Harvard or Princeton, and put in a year at Oxford or Cambridge, the last to Anglicize, cosmopolitanize, and polish him a bit.’
    • ‘Twenty or thirty years ago German, Russian, Czech and English music all sounded different, now it has become unified, more cosmopolitanized.’

Pronunciation

cosmopolitanize

/-ˌīz/