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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdemocratizede‧moc‧ra‧tize (also democratise British English) /dɪˈmɒkrətaɪz $ dɪˈmɑː-/ verb [transitive]  PPPto change the way in which a government, company etc is organized, so that it is more democratic efforts to democratize school management structuresdemocratization /dɪˌmɒkrətaɪˈzeɪʃən $ dɪˌmɑːkrətə-/ noun [uncountable]→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
democratizeAt the same time our study found that although the flattening of the hierarchy was apparent, that did not automatically democratize.It was hypothesized here that the flattening of the hierarchy was apparent, but this did not automatically democratize.There were efforts to democratize school management structures, encouraged by the establishment of communal villages and co-operatives.The success of President Mohammad Khatami's brave attempt to democratize the country hangs in the balance.They could democratize the royal professions that lord it over our health, education, welfare and criminal justice bureaucracies.