[gree-sahyz] /ˈgri saɪz/
verb (used with or without object), Graecized, Graecizing. Chiefly British.
[gree-siz-uh m] /ˈgri sɪz əm/
the spirit of Greek thought, art, etc.
adoption or imitation of this.
an idiom or peculiarity of Greek.
Greek characteristics or style
admiration for or imitation of these, as in sculpture or architecture
a form of words characteristic or imitative of the idiom of the Greek language
another word for Hellenize
a variant spelling (esp US) of Graecism
[gree-sahyz] /ˈgri saɪz/ verb (used with or without object), Graecized, Graecizing. Chiefly British. 1. . [gree-sahyz] /ˈgri saɪz/ verb (used with object), Grecized, Grecizing. 1. to impart Greek characteristics to. 2. to translate into Greek. verb (used without object), Grecized, Grecizing. 3. to conform to what is Greek; adopt Greek speech, customs, etc. /ˈɡriːsaɪz/ verb […]
Chiefly British. 1. variant of . /ˈɡriːkəʊ; ˈɡrɛkəʊ/ combining form 1. Greek: Graeco-Roman also Greco-, modern word-forming element, from Latin Graecus “Greek” (see Greek).
[gree-koh-roh-muh n, grek-oh-] /ˌgri koʊˈroʊ mən, ˌgrɛk oʊ-/ adjective, noun, Chiefly British. 1. . [gree-koh-roh-muh n, grek-oh-] /ˌgri koʊˈroʊ mən, ˌgrɛk oʊ-/ adjective 1. of or having both Greek and Roman characteristics: the Greco-Roman influence. 2. pertaining to or designating a style of the fine arts developed in Rome or the Roman Empire from the […]
[gref-uh, graf-uh] /ˈgrɛf ə, ˈgræf ə/ noun, Mathematics. 1. a method, involving the squaring of roots, for approximating the solutions to algebraic equations.