naturalise naturalise


  1. (v) adopt to another place
  2. (v) make more natural or lifelike
  3. (v) make into a citizen
  4. (v) adapt (a wild plant or unclaimed land) to the environment



  1. "Cristiano Ronaldo will never be Spanish, as they will never take Olivenca again," Queiroz said. "They already did the same with Christopher Columbus, and it now seems they want to naturalise Cristiano Ronaldo."
    on Jun 29, 2010 By: Carlos Queiroz Source: Yahoo! Eurosport UK

  2. "They should naturalise Ferreira immediately," said Ajax coach Muhsin Ertugral, who brought him to South Africa during his first stint as the Urban Warriors coach in 2007. "Eduardo's one-against-one skills and distribution are superb. The...
    on Aug 1, 2009 By: Muhsin Ertugral Source: The Times

  3. "To overcome this we will expand the area for the mud, second we will process the mud to naturalise it and the water can flow either to the sea or to the river," environment minister Rachmat Witoelar told reporters after a cabinet meeting....
    on Aug 10, 2006 By: Rachmat Witoelar Source: Independent Online

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