Examples of liberalize in a Sentence
The country's immigration policies have begun to liberalize.
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In fact, in 2016, when this carnage supposedly occurred, Ohio liberalized standards for Medicaid enrollment of the disabled.
That's partly because abortion policies were liberalized in the 1970s, causing maternal mortality rates fall dramatically.
The Affordable Care Act had liberalized income rules for Medicaid in 2014, and Oregon suddenly saw participation swell more than 60 percent, to 1.1 million people.
Her success, which involved foreign agents and a startling advance, was linked to India’s kick-starting, liberalizing economy as well.
Macron’s intent to liberalize the French economy was a frequent campaign promise, and his proposals probably contributed to his appeal among the conservative voters who backed him against the far-right Marine Le Pen in the election’s final round.
The U.S. trade representative during China’s accession to the World Trade Organization in 1999 on Tuesday accused Chinese President Xi Jinping of accelerating reversals in liberalizing changes, resulting in discrimination against U.S. companies.
The elections will determine whether Macron, who was elected Sunday in a landslide victory over Le Pen, can win a workable majority to implement his platform of liberalizing the French economy.
Alitalia has lost competitiveness as the European aviation market has been liberalized, suffering in particular under competition from low-cost carriers.
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First Known Use of liberalize
LIBERALIZE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of liberalize for English Language Learners
: to make (something) less strict or more liberal
: to become less strict or more liberal
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