africanization


africanization
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[English Word] Africanization
[Swahili Word] afrikanaizesheni
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 9
[Derived Language] English
[Derived Word] Africanization
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[English Word] benefiting from the effects of Africanization
[Swahili Word] naizesheni
[Part of Speech] adjective
[Derived Language] English
[Derived Word] Africanization
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[English Word] person benefiting from the effects of Africanization
[English Plural] people benefiting from the effects of Africanization
[Swahili Word] naizi
[Swahili Plural] naizi
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 9/10an
[Derived Language] English
[Derived Word] Africanize
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[English Word] person benefiting from the effects of Africanization
[English Plural] people benefiting from the effects of Africanization
[Swahili Word] mnaizi
[Swahili Plural] wanaizi
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 1/2
[Dialect] recent
[Derived Language] English
[Derived Word] Africanize
[Related Words] Afrikanezesheni
[Note] "The term 'Africanization' has been borrowed into Swahili as Afrikanezesheni and a realted word mnaizi also occurs, meaning someone who takes advantage of modern change to feather his own nest. The English word has an unfavourable connotation in Swahili,
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English-Swahili dictionary. 2013.

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