Definition of communization in English:


Pronunciation /ˌkämyənəˈzāSHən/


(also British communisation)

See communize

‘The trigger for this would be fear that communization of the South was a distinct possibility.’
  • ‘Since Stalin had purged the Polish Communist Party in 1938, killing most of its leading members after luring them to the USSR, there were very few party members available to assist in the process of communization.’
  • ‘It said the North has not moved away from the policy of ‘communization’ of the peninsula despite its recent attempts to reduce tensions.’