mediatize

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mediatize ‎(third-person singular simple present mediatizes, present participle mediatizing, simple past and past participle mediatized)

  1. To annex a country while allowing the ruler of the country to retain certain rights
  2. To mediate
  3. (obsolete) To be mediatized by the Roman Empire