marginalise


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marginalise


Past participle: marginalised
Gerund: marginalising

Imperative
marginalise
marginalise
Present
I marginalise
you marginalise
he/she/it marginalises
we marginalise
you marginalise
they marginalise
Preterite
I marginalised
you marginalised
he/she/it marginalised
we marginalised
you marginalised
they marginalised
Present Continuous
I am marginalising
you are marginalising
he/she/it is marginalising
we are marginalising
you are marginalising
they are marginalising
Present Perfect
I have marginalised
you have marginalised
he/she/it has marginalised
we have marginalised
you have marginalised
they have marginalised
Past Continuous
I was marginalising
you were marginalising
he/she/it was marginalising
we were marginalising
you were marginalising
they were marginalising
Past Perfect
I had marginalised
you had marginalised
he/she/it had marginalised
we had marginalised
you had marginalised
they had marginalised
Future
I will marginalise
you will marginalise
he/she/it will marginalise
we will marginalise
you will marginalise
they will marginalise
Future Perfect
I will have marginalised
you will have marginalised
he/she/it will have marginalised
we will have marginalised
you will have marginalised
they will have marginalised
Future Continuous
I will be marginalising
you will be marginalising
he/she/it will be marginalising
we will be marginalising
you will be marginalising
they will be marginalising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been marginalising
you have been marginalising
he/she/it has been marginalising
we have been marginalising
you have been marginalising
they have been marginalising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been marginalising
you will have been marginalising
he/she/it will have been marginalising
we will have been marginalising
you will have been marginalising
they will have been marginalising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been marginalising
you had been marginalising
he/she/it had been marginalising
we had been marginalising
you had been marginalising
they had been marginalising
Conditional
I would marginalise
you would marginalise
he/she/it would marginalise
we would marginalise
you would marginalise
they would marginalise
Past Conditional
I would have marginalised
you would have marginalised
he/she/it would have marginalised
we would have marginalised
you would have marginalised
they would have marginalised
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.marginalise - relegate to a lower or outer edge, as of specific groups of people; "We must not marginalize the poor in our society"
interact - act together or towards others or with others; "He should interact more with his colleagues"
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GAFSA (TAP)- The call for a referendum today is aimed to marginalise the Constituent Assembly and reduce it to a mere committee for drafting the Constitution, " Secretary-General of the Tunisian Workers' Communist Party (PCOT) Hamma Hammami said Saturday in Gafsa.
THE new leader of the Roman Catholic church in England and Wales today urged society not to marginalise religious faith.
However, the book raises the main question; should we continue to marginalise men in GAD; what are the advantages and disadvantages of this.