Definition of contextualize
- When the rebellion is historically contextualized, it becomes clear that there were many factors that contributed to it.
When the rebellion is historically contextualized, it becomes clear that there were many factors contributing to it.
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: to think about or provide information about the situation in which something happens
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to speak or write verbosely and windily
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