ghettoise

ghettoise
UK [ˈɡetəʊaɪz] / US [ˈɡetoʊˌaɪz]

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  • ghettoise — ghetto ► NOUN (pl. ghettos or ghettoes) 1) a part of a city, especially a slum area, occupied by a minority group. 2) historical the Jewish quarter in a city. DERIVATIVES ghettoize (also ghettoise) verb. ORIGIN perhaps from Italia …   English terms dictionary

  • ghettoise — verb put in a ghetto The Jews in Eastern Europe were ghettoized • Syn: ↑ghettoize • Derivationally related forms: ↑ghetto (for: ↑ghettoize) • Hypernyms: ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • ghettoise — /ˈgɛtoʊaɪz/ (say getohuyz) verb (t) (ghettoised, ghettoising) to transform into or confine to a ghetto. Also, ghettoize. –ghettoisation, noun …  

  • ghettoize — ghettoization, n. /get oh uyz /, v.t., v.i., ghettoized, ghettoizing. to place or collect in a ghetto: New immigrants still tended to ghettoize in the cities. Also, esp. Brit., ghettoise. [1935 40; GHETTO + IZE] * * * …   Universalium

  • ghettoize — ghet|to|ize also ghettoise BrE [ˈgetəuaız US tou ] v [T] 1.) to force people to live in a ghetto 2.) to make part of a town become a ghetto …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • ghettoize — (Amer.) v. place in a ghetto; isolate (also ghettoise) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • ghettoized — adj. enclosed in a ghetto, placed in a ghetto; isolated, secluded ghettoize (Amer.) v. place in a ghetto; isolate (also ghettoise) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • ghettoizes — ghettoize (Amer.) v. place in a ghetto; isolate (also ghettoise) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • ghettoizing — ghettoize (Amer.) v. place in a ghetto; isolate (also ghettoise) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • ghetto — [ gɛtəʊ] noun (plural ghettos or ghettoes) 1》 a part of a city, especially a slum area, occupied by a minority group. 2》 historical the Jewish quarter in a city. Derivatives ghettoization or ghettoisation noun ghettoize or …   English new terms dictionary

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