Definition of internationalization in US English:

internationalization

(British internationalisation)

noun

  • See internationalize

    • ‘Despite increasing obstacles, the internationalization of economic life flourished in the decades before World War I.’
    • ‘With the city's ever greater internationalization, the demand for domestic servants who can speak English and provide quality service is rising quickly.’
    • ‘However, the internationalization of the defense industry as well as liberalized defense exports can easily alter the defense requirements.’
    • ‘The bureau has acquired a new presence worldwide to keep up with the internationalization of criminal activity around the world, and he was a leader in that.’
    • ‘In the 1980s, when China was still at the beginning of its opening period, she forecast the importance of educational internationalization.’

Pronunciation

internationalization

/ˌin(t)ərˌnaSHnələˈzāSHən/