Etymology
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vulgarize (v.)

"to make vulgar" (transitive), 1709, from vulgar + -ize. Related: Vulgarized; vulgarizing.

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Definitions of vulgarize

vulgarize (v.)
cater to popular taste to make popular and present to the general public; bring into general or common use;
Relativity Theory was vulgarized by these authors
Synonyms: popularize / popularise / vulgarise / generalize / generalise
vulgarize (v.)
debase and make vulgar;
The Press has vulgarized Love and Marriage
Synonyms: vulgarise
vulgarize (v.)
act in a vulgar manner;
The drunkard tends to vulgarize
Synonyms: vulgarise
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