What does anglicisation mean?

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Noun
  1. The process by which something or someone (usually a word) is made more English. Usually applied to language or culture.
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Yet the extent of this Anglicisation must not be exaggerated.
Steven Reid, born in London but Irishcapped, believes there has been some benefit to the anglicisation of the Baggies team, regardless of whether it has been by design or not.
Anglicisation of the place names increased apace with the migration of English people to the island.
She has kept Tolstoy's essays, which interrupt the narrative in Books III and IV but has undone the Aylmers' Anglicisation of Russian names.
The perceived threat from anglicisation has prompted efforts to safeguard the position of the French language in France.
The Cornish people and their Brythonic Cornish language experienced a process of anglicisation and attrition during the Medieval and early Modern Period.

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