americanise americanise


  1. (v) make American in character
  2. (v) become American in character



  1. "Taco Bell wants to take advantage of the perception that if something comes from the United States, it tastes better, that a country that has been Americanised is willing to Americanise food that is central to its cuisine," Monsivais said....
    on Oct 9, 2007 By: Carlos Monsivais Source: The Age

  2. "They were really followers, rather than leaders," Rowntree says, recalling the duo's response to the band's new Modern Life direction. "They thought we should Americanise up our sound, just like they'd thought we should Manchester up our...
    on Nov 28, 2009 By: Dave Rowntree Source: Times Online

  3. The anti-capitalist activist Jose Bove accused Royal of trying to better Sarkozy on the question of national identity, and of planning to "Americanise our country by hanging a French flag from every window".
    on Mar 25, 2007 By: Jose Bove Source: Peninsula On-line

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