تسييس, سيس, أضفى عليه الصفة السياسية, تكلم في السياسة, إنغمس في السياسة
Verb(1) give a political character to
(1) Anyone proposing such a project, which in effect aims to politicize young people, is inevitably warily received and closely scrutinized.(2) And the people that are your political opponents will politicize anybody you appoint anyway.(3) When people protest the way the Administration is let off the hook until the election, of course, the charge will be that they are attempting to politicize the process.(4) When either party tries to politicize God or co-opt religious communities, it makes a terrible mistake.(5) attempts to politicize America's curricula(6) we talk and squabble and politicize about education as a vote-catching agency(7) Politicians are bound to politicize this disaster, as they do with all other world events, in a way that helps them accumulate more power and confiscate more wealth from their citizens.(8) Some have argued that the ministry opened the bid at a time when the legislature is in recess because the ministry didn't want lawmakers to step in and politicize the privatization process.(9) And somehow in this politicization of this case, the longstanding Catholic tradition is being overshadowed and outshouted.(10) In 1976 Soweto happened, and South African boys and girls spilled across the border into Lesotho, politicising us even more.(11) This is extremely important as any campaign where one (individual or collectivity) is attempting to achieve a political objective (tuition decreases) must politicise the process.(12) That audit found some troubling things: double billing, false reporting, unexplained spending and the politicization of the grant process.(13) This is hardly a circumstance that should be welcomed in the academic disciplines, as it echoes the partisan and highly politicized award process set up at the National Endowment for the Humanities a dozen years ago.(14) All political parties, those in government and the ones in the opposition have worked to politicise the budget process so much that it has become a public spectacle rather than the hard-headed public accounting process it should be.(15) If judges are horribly political, politicized opposition to nominees is called for.(16) If Democrats have politicized the scandal and exaggerated it, Republicans have inexcusably tried to whitewash it.
(1) politician :: سياسي
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