compartmentalise


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Related to compartmentalise: compartmentalized

compartmentalise


Past participle: compartmentalised
Gerund: compartmentalising

Imperative
compartmentalise
compartmentalise
Present
I compartmentalise
you compartmentalise
he/she/it compartmentalises
we compartmentalise
you compartmentalise
they compartmentalise
Preterite
I compartmentalised
you compartmentalised
he/she/it compartmentalised
we compartmentalised
you compartmentalised
they compartmentalised
Present Continuous
I am compartmentalising
you are compartmentalising
he/she/it is compartmentalising
we are compartmentalising
you are compartmentalising
they are compartmentalising
Present Perfect
I have compartmentalised
you have compartmentalised
he/she/it has compartmentalised
we have compartmentalised
you have compartmentalised
they have compartmentalised
Past Continuous
I was compartmentalising
you were compartmentalising
he/she/it was compartmentalising
we were compartmentalising
you were compartmentalising
they were compartmentalising
Past Perfect
I had compartmentalised
you had compartmentalised
he/she/it had compartmentalised
we had compartmentalised
you had compartmentalised
they had compartmentalised
Future
I will compartmentalise
you will compartmentalise
he/she/it will compartmentalise
we will compartmentalise
you will compartmentalise
they will compartmentalise
Future Perfect
I will have compartmentalised
you will have compartmentalised
he/she/it will have compartmentalised
we will have compartmentalised
you will have compartmentalised
they will have compartmentalised
Future Continuous
I will be compartmentalising
you will be compartmentalising
he/she/it will be compartmentalising
we will be compartmentalising
you will be compartmentalising
they will be compartmentalising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been compartmentalising
you have been compartmentalising
he/she/it has been compartmentalising
we have been compartmentalising
you have been compartmentalising
they have been compartmentalising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been compartmentalising
you will have been compartmentalising
he/she/it will have been compartmentalising
we will have been compartmentalising
you will have been compartmentalising
they will have been compartmentalising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been compartmentalising
you had been compartmentalising
he/she/it had been compartmentalising
we had been compartmentalising
you had been compartmentalising
they had been compartmentalising
Conditional
I would compartmentalise
you would compartmentalise
he/she/it would compartmentalise
we would compartmentalise
you would compartmentalise
they would compartmentalise
Past Conditional
I would have compartmentalised
you would have compartmentalised
he/she/it would have compartmentalised
we would have compartmentalised
you would have compartmentalised
they would have compartmentalised
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Verb1.compartmentalise - separate into isolated compartments or categories; "You cannot compartmentalize your life like this!"
disunite, separate, part, divide - force, take, or pull apart; "He separated the fighting children"; "Moses parted the Red Sea"
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I like to compartmentalise and have that off switch.
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You have to compartmentalise your thoughts and be completely aligned with their interests."
You reminded the world that identity does not compartmentalise."
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'Now I have to compartmentalise. It's not just 100 percent for training because I have to spend time for my family.'
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"Those boys compartmentalise that and when they are in training they know what their job is and I don't think it affects them on a day-to-day basis.
I don't want to compartmentalise myself as a music producer and I want to explore synergies with different musical geniuses across the globe."With a lot of his dreams coming true, in quick succession, Kerano is trying his best to be grounded and not feel overwhelmed.

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