What does colonization mean

Colonization (German)

Part of speech: noun, (Female)

Hyphenation:
Ko | lo | ni | sie | rung, Plural: Ko | lo | ni | sie | run | gen
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [koloniˈziːʁʊŋ]
Word meaning / definition:
1) Action (and its result) to take unlawful possession of foreign territory
2) Action (and its outcome), tap into backward territory
Origin of the term:
Derivation from the stem of the verb colonize with the derivative (derivative morpheme) -ung
Synonyms:
colonization
Application examples:
1) “Your situation was at the end of the first century Colonization catastrophic."
1) “A permanent occupation, certainly Colonization But nobody in Paris thinks of the North African reign. "
2) "František Palacký, the first great modern historian of the Czechs and" father of the nation "in the 19th century, consolidated these views, although of course with his clear, just mind he also saw the boom in industry and trade that the Colonization had brought. "
Word formations:
Colonization policy
Cases:
Nominative: singular Colonization; Plural Colonizations
Genitive: singular Colonization; Plural Colonizations
Dative: singular Colonization; Plural Colonizations
Accusative: singular Colonization; Plural Colonizations

Translations

  • Esperanto: koloniigo
  • Italian: 1) colonizzazione (Female)

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

Christianity was for witch hunt, Colonization and pogroms responsible? The theologian Manfred Lütz defends the church against the clichés of its critics.
DIE ZEIT, 09 September 2018

Hundreds of Wild West lovers have pitched their tents near Sersheim. You feel in the times of Colonization North America - with the light and the dark sides.
Stuttgarter Zeitung online, May 4th, 2019

Researchers from University College London in the UK have discovered a horrific link between the Colonization America's noted by Europeans and a marked cooling in the 16th and 17th centuries.
Sputnik Germany, January 31, 2019

She wants this Colonization understood as a contribution to civilization.
NZZ Online, August 10, 2019

In the Colonization from islands to plant species, factors such as island size, isolation and geological development play an important role. In addition, the interactions between the species is important.
StadtRadio Göttingen, February 27, 2019

SpaceX boss Elon Musk announced on November 8th on his Twitter page what for Colonization of the planet Mars is required.
Sputnik Germany, November 08, 2019

An archaeologist working in Vienna subjects the dating of the initial phase of Greek history to a radical revision. Homer, Alphabet and the Colonization Sicily everything 100 years earlier?
DiePresse.com, May 28, 2020

Santa Clara: The Colonization of Trinacria, today Santa Clara in the department of San Pedro, was started by the lawyer Giuseppe De Stefano Paterno de Vittoria from Catania on November 28, 1897.
Weekly (Paraguay), October 18, 2020

What is Hellion? The survival MMO Hellion puts you in the role of a colonist who arrives in the Hellion colony, but has to find out that with the Colonization of the star system something went wrong.
Mein-MMO.de, March 27, 2020

Exploration is rewarded as it provides technology, resources and valuable worlds Colonization receive.' MegaCorp Expansion: 'The DLC MegaCorp is about giving the players the keys to the economy.
4Players, September 08, 2020

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Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • Settlement: permanently inhabited place; permanent insertion of organisms into a locally limited ecosystem
  • Settlement: a process of the more or less systematic, site-specific settlement of people or other living beings for the purpose of living or permanent residence in the sense of determining the center of life
  • colonization: a process of the more or less systematic, site-specific settlement of people or other living beings for the purpose of living or permanent residence in the sense of determining the center of life
  • colonization: Action (and its result) to take unlawful possession of foreign territory; Action (and its result), open up backward territory
  • Land grab: Appropriation of foreign land
  • Development: Construction: the act of building on an area; Architecture, town planning: the totality of buildings with which a certain area is built up; Agriculture: the cultivation of soil
  • colonization: a process of more or less systematic, site-specific settlement of people or other living beings for the purpose of living or permanent residence in the sense of determining the center of life
  • Development: making a site, region or territory accessible so that it can then be used by people; making a building accessible by means of vertical (stairs, elevators) and horizontal (corridor) elements; the construction of paths and the connection to supply and disposal lines (electricity, water, sewage) to properties; the opening of markets in the economy; the utilization of documents in order to make them specifically findable
  • Colony formation (in other areas)

Another word (synonym) for colonization - Source: OpenThesaurus


Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary that contain "colonization":

delinquent: Russia or Great Britain the banishment of delinquents, especially for the purpose of colonizing remote or distant areas (Siberia, Australia)

Maghreb: “When the countries of the Maghreb then gained their independence, it was decided to give the Arabic language the place it had before colonization.” 1) “So these great authors are part of our cultural heritage

Oukie: ... Formed from the Afrikaansen outjie. The Oukie form emerged early on at the beginning of colonization. Synonyms: 1) boy, guy, guy Opposite words: 1) chick ...

Omuramba: small river that occasionally dries up. Origin of the term: a term borrowed from the Otjiherero at the beginning of the colonization of German South West Africa, which literally means "dry river course; valley"

Settlement: ... Derivation to colonize with the suffix -ung Subordinate terms: 1) Colonization, colonization Examples of use: 1) North America was colonized in ...


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