impersonalize

(redirected from impersonalization)

im·per·son·al·ize

 (ĭm-pûr′sə-nə-līz′)
tr.v. im·per·son·al·ized, im·per·son·al·iz·ing, im·per·son·al·iz·es
To make impersonal.

im·per′son·al·i·za′tion (-lĭ-zā′shən) n.

impersonalize

(ɪmˈpɜːsənəˌlaɪz) or

impersonalise

vb
(tr) to make impersonal, esp to rid of such human characteristics as sympathy, warmth, etc; dehumanize
imˌpersonaliˈzation, imˌpersonaliˈsation n

im•per•son•al•ize

(ɪmˈpɜr sə nlˌaɪz)

v.t. -ized, -iz•ing.
to make impersonal.
[1875–80]
im•per`son•al•i•za′tion, n.

impersonalize


Past participle: impersonalized
Gerund: impersonalizing

Imperative
impersonalize
impersonalize
Present
I impersonalize
you impersonalize
he/she/it impersonalizes
we impersonalize
you impersonalize
they impersonalize
Preterite
I impersonalized
you impersonalized
he/she/it impersonalized
we impersonalized
you impersonalized
they impersonalized
Present Continuous
I am impersonalizing
you are impersonalizing
he/she/it is impersonalizing
we are impersonalizing
you are impersonalizing
they are impersonalizing
Present Perfect
I have impersonalized
you have impersonalized
he/she/it has impersonalized
we have impersonalized
you have impersonalized
they have impersonalized
Past Continuous
I was impersonalizing
you were impersonalizing
he/she/it was impersonalizing
we were impersonalizing
you were impersonalizing
they were impersonalizing
Past Perfect
I had impersonalized
you had impersonalized
he/she/it had impersonalized
we had impersonalized
you had impersonalized
they had impersonalized
Future
I will impersonalize
you will impersonalize
he/she/it will impersonalize
we will impersonalize
you will impersonalize
they will impersonalize
Future Perfect
I will have impersonalized
you will have impersonalized
he/she/it will have impersonalized
we will have impersonalized
you will have impersonalized
they will have impersonalized
Future Continuous
I will be impersonalizing
you will be impersonalizing
he/she/it will be impersonalizing
we will be impersonalizing
you will be impersonalizing
they will be impersonalizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been impersonalizing
you have been impersonalizing
he/she/it has been impersonalizing
we have been impersonalizing
you have been impersonalizing
they have been impersonalizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been impersonalizing
you will have been impersonalizing
he/she/it will have been impersonalizing
we will have been impersonalizing
you will have been impersonalizing
they will have been impersonalizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been impersonalizing
you had been impersonalizing
he/she/it had been impersonalizing
we had been impersonalizing
you had been impersonalizing
they had been impersonalizing
Conditional
I would impersonalize
you would impersonalize
he/she/it would impersonalize
we would impersonalize
you would impersonalize
they would impersonalize
Past Conditional
I would have impersonalized
you would have impersonalized
he/she/it would have impersonalized
we would have impersonalized
you would have impersonalized
they would have impersonalized
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