- v.To convert a bar into an Irish-style pub.Example Citation:"In Holloway Road, north London, the Nag's Head has become O'Neill's — a victim of the fake 'Irishisation' of pubs across the country."— Paul Routledge, "Bring back Nag's Head, says Jones the Lib ," The Independent (London)Related Word:Categories:
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Irishize — /uy ri shuyz /, v.t., Irishized, Irishizing. (sometimes l.c.) to make Irish, as in character or custom; give an Irish character to. Also, Iricize; esp. Brit., Irishise. [1825 35; IRISH + IZE] * * * … Universalium
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deconvert — v. To take a house that had previously been converted into multiple apartments and return it to a single family dwelling. Example Citation: Concerned about the rising number of rental properties, the city adopted an aggressive plan to stop… … New words