Meaning of temporization in English:

temporization

(British temporisation)

Pronunciation /tɛmpərʌɪˈzeɪʃ(ə)n/

noun

See temporize

‘It is a temporisation: a device for avoiding to commit oneself.’
  • ‘He steered the US back toward the path of temporisation and appeasement.’
  • ‘Nothing has been more deleterious in this war than the promise of hard force followed by temporization.’