Meaning of vitalization in English:


Pronunciation /vʌɪt(ə)lʌɪˈzeɪʃ(ə)n/


(also British vitalisation)

See vitalize

‘We were brought up to husband Nature, to accept its uncertainties and to extend our being into human communities for subsistence and vitalisation.’
  • ‘However, since little happened in the vitalization of a moribund and hidebound university in the 1920s, more active steps need to be taken to restore the university to a leading role in a national culture.’
  • ‘It is not itself, unlike Aristotle's ‘soul’, a principle of vitalization.’
  • ‘As part of their efforts to encourage community vitalization, several study groups organized community-produced dramas.’