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romanizar

  
a       vt   to romanize
b    romanizarse      vpr   to become romanized
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romanizar v.
1) romanize (vt), 2) become romanized (refl)

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romanizar
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"romanizar": examples and translations in context
c) Normalizar y romanizar las denominaciones para que las autoridades cartográficas las puedan utilizar posteriormente al elaborar mapas a gran escala y para que no haya incoherencias entre esas autoridades. (c) To standardize and romanize designations so that they may later be used by map authorities when producing large-scale maps and so as to ensure that there are no inconsistencies between those authorities.
Su pretensión era romanizar a los recién vencidos pueblos del norte de la Península Ibérica. Their aim was to romanise the newly conquered peoples in the north of the Iberian Peninsula.
El sistema se había aprobado a nivel nacional y se estaba utilizando para romanizar los nombres geográficos, razón por la que se sometía a la aprobación de la Conferencia. The system had been adopted at the national level and was being implemented for the romanization of geographical names, for which reason the system was being submitted for approval at the Conference.
Se prevé romanizar esas denominaciones para elaborar mapas bilingües; This will be followed by the romanization of those designations so as to produce bilingual maps;
Uno de las principales objetivos tras la conquista de territorios era el incluir estos dentro del mundo romano, no solo políticamente, sino también social y culturalmente, esto es, "romanizar". One of the main objectives of Rome, after conquering lands, was integrating them in Roman world, not only in its politicl system, but also in social and cultural one. That is "romanizing" them.
En el Siglo siguiente a Augusto la región fue romanizada con una serie de colonias o poblaciones griegas romanizadas. In the century following Augustus the region was Romanised with a network of colonies or redeveloped Greek towns.
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