Babelized

/ˈbeɪbəlʌɪz/

Origin

First recorded in 1590–1600; Babelize + -ed2 (Source: dictionary.com)

Early 17th century; earliest use found in Cyril Tourneur (d. 1626), writer and soldier. From Babel + -ize. (Source: lexico.com)

Definitions of Babelized

Babelized

adjective

  1. reduced to complete confusion or meaninglessness.

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Babelized

verb (used with object)

  1. to make a confusion of (customs, languages, usages, etc.); cause to be mixed or unintelligible; confound.

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Babelized

verb

  1. To make characteristic of Babel; to bring into a state of confusion; especially to render (language or a language) incoherent or unintelligible.

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Babelized

transitive verb

  1. : to confuse especially through the mingling of markedly different languages and cultures : confound the mounting needs of intercourse between Babelized peoples— A. D. Sheffield

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Example sentences for Babelized

  1. They must have snarled the wires and Babelized their talk terribly.
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