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pe·nal·ize

 (pē′nə-līz′, pĕn′ə-)
tr.v. pe·nal·ized, pe·nal·iz·ing, pe·nal·iz·es
1.
a. To subject (a person) to a penalty, especially for infringement of a law or regulation. See Synonyms at punish.
b. To make (an action or a condition) liable to a penalty: Tripping is penalized in hockey.
2. To impose a handicap on; place at a disadvantage: was penalized by his poor education.

pe′nal·i·za′tion (-lĭ-zā′shən) n.

penalize

(ˈpiːnəˌlaɪz) or

penalise

vb (tr)
1. to impose a penalty on (someone), as for breaking a law or rule
2. to inflict a handicap or disadvantage on
3. (General Sporting Terms) sport to award a free stroke, point, or penalty against (a player or team)
4. (Law) to declare (an act) legally punishable; make subject to a penalty
ˌpenaliˈzation, ˌpenaliˈsation n

pe•nal•ize

(ˈpin lˌaɪz, ˈpɛn-)

v.t. -ized, -iz•ing.
1. to subject to a penalty.
2. to declare (an action) punishable by law or rule.
3. to put under a disadvantage or handicap.
[1865–70]
pe`nal•i•za′tion, n.

penalize


Past participle: penalized
Gerund: penalizing

Imperative
penalize
penalize
Present
I penalize
you penalize
he/she/it penalizes
we penalize
you penalize
they penalize
Preterite
I penalized
you penalized
he/she/it penalized
we penalized
you penalized
they penalized
Present Continuous
I am penalizing
you are penalizing
he/she/it is penalizing
we are penalizing
you are penalizing
they are penalizing
Present Perfect
I have penalized
you have penalized
he/she/it has penalized
we have penalized
you have penalized
they have penalized
Past Continuous
I was penalizing
you were penalizing
he/she/it was penalizing
we were penalizing
you were penalizing
they were penalizing
Past Perfect
I had penalized
you had penalized
he/she/it had penalized
we had penalized
you had penalized
they had penalized
Future
I will penalize
you will penalize
he/she/it will penalize
we will penalize
you will penalize
they will penalize
Future Perfect
I will have penalized
you will have penalized
he/she/it will have penalized
we will have penalized
you will have penalized
they will have penalized
Future Continuous
I will be penalizing
you will be penalizing
he/she/it will be penalizing
we will be penalizing
you will be penalizing
they will be penalizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been penalizing
you have been penalizing
he/she/it has been penalizing
we have been penalizing
you have been penalizing
they have been penalizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been penalizing
you will have been penalizing
he/she/it will have been penalizing
we will have been penalizing
you will have been penalizing
they will have been penalizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been penalizing
you had been penalizing
he/she/it had been penalizing
we had been penalizing
you had been penalizing
they had been penalizing
Conditional
I would penalize
you would penalize
he/she/it would penalize
we would penalize
you would penalize
they would penalize
Past Conditional
I would have penalized
you would have penalized
he/she/it would have penalized
we would have penalized
you would have penalized
they would have penalized
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.penalize - impose a penalty on; inflict punishment on; "The students were penalized for showing up late for class"; "we had to punish the dog for soiling the floor again"
avenge, retaliate, revenge - take revenge for a perceived wrong; "He wants to avenge the murder of his brother"
tar-and-feather - smear the body of (someone) with tar and feathers; done in some societies as punishment; "The thief was tarred and feathered"
execute, put to death - kill as a means of socially sanctioned punishment; "In some states, criminals are executed"
pillory - punish by putting in a pillory
castigate - inflict severe punishment on
amerce - punish with an arbitrary penalty
victimise, victimize - punish unjustly
scourge - punish severely; excoriate
discipline, sort out, correct - punish in order to gain control or enforce obedience; "The teacher disciplined the pupils rather frequently"

penalize

verb
1. punish, discipline, correct, handicap, award a penalty against (Sport), impose a penalty on Players who break the rules will be penalized.
2. put at a disadvantage, handicap, cause to suffer, unfairly disadvantage, inflict a handicap on Old people are being penalized for being pensioners.

penalize

verb
1. To subject (one) to a penalty for a wrong:
2. To impose a fine on:
Translations
potrestattrestatpokutovat
straffe
bestrafenpönalisieren
rangaista
kazniti
hegna
罰する
처벌하다
noteikt sodusodīt
penalizovaťpokutovať
belägga med straff
ลงโทษ
phạt

penalize

[ˈpiːnəlaɪz] VT (= punish) → castigar; (by law) → penar; (accidentally, unfairly) → perjudicar (Sport) → sancionar, penalizar
to be penalized for a foulser penalizado por una falta
we are penalized by not having a carsomos perjudicados por no tener coche
the decision penalizes those whola decisión perjudica a quienes ...

penalize

[ˈpiːnəlaɪz] penalise (British) vt
(= punish) [+ rule-breaker] → pénaliser
to penalize sb for doing sth (for having done it)pénaliser qn pour avoir fait qch; (if they do it)pénaliser qn s'il fait qch
They can penalize competitors for using profanity on TV → Ils peuvent pénaliser les concurrents s'ils jurent devant les caméras.
to be penalized [undesirable behaviour] → être sanctionné(e)
Use of the car is penalized by increasing parking fees → L'utilisation de la voiture est sanctionnée par l'augmentation du prix des parkings.
(= put at a disadvantage) → pénaliser
to be penalized → être pénalisé(e)
Why should I be penalized just because I'm a woman? → Pourquoi devrais-je être pénalisée du seul fait que je suis une femme?penal servitude ntravaux forcés

penalize

vt
(= punish, also Sport) → bestrafen
(fig)benachteiligen; we are penalized as we don’t have a carwir sind benachteiligt or im Nachteil, weil wir kein Auto haben
(= make punishable)unter Strafe stellen

penalize

[ˈpiːnəˌlaɪz] vt
a. (punish) → punire
b. (Sport) → penalizzare
c. (handicap) → handicappare

penalize,

penalise

(ˈpiːnəlaiz) verb
1. to punish (someone) for doing something wrong (eg breaking a rule in a game), eg by the loss of points etc or by the giving of some advantage to an opponent. The child was penalized for her untidy handwriting.
2. to punish (some wrong action etc) in this way. Any attempt at cheating will be heavily penalized.

penalize

يُعَاقِبُ potrestat straffe bestrafen επιβάλλω ποινή sancionar rangaista pénaliser kazniti penalizzare 罰する 처벌하다 straffen ilegge straff ukarać penalizar штрафовать belägga med straff ลงโทษ cezalandırmak phạt 处罚
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