What is the past tense of democratize?

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The past tense of democratize is democratized.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of democratize is democratizes.

The present participle of democratize is democratizing.

The past participle of democratize is democratized.

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In Europe, gold was democratized by its use in coins, even though successive rulers tried to debase them by mixing in lesser metals or reducing their size.
From another perspective, information technology has democratized the news, its readership, its dissemination, even its creation.
Before these countries can be truly democratized they need to develop systems that make sense within their particular cultural and historical contexts.
The motor bus, introduced to Edinburgh in 1898, spread rapidly and transformed the market, raising capacity and reducing fares, and democratized usage.
This is not to say that the regime democratized itself, but that it was an often unwitting contributor to processes that slipped out of its control.
Indeed, I would argue that it has already happened to some degree, as student loans have democratized the college degree and worn off some of its cachet.

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