compartmentalise


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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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He accused Melrose of being asset strippers, adding: "They take over businesses, break businesses up, they compartmentalise them and then flog them off to the highest bidder.
He accused Melrose of being an asset stripper, adding: "They take over businesses, break businesses up, they compartmentalise them and then flog them off to the highest bidder.
Because traditionally defined roles compartmentalise women professionals, federal departments recruit more women as teachers and medical staff.
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As much you try to compartmentalise and take each game as it comes.
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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.
Seemingly an expert in everything, the American's work encompasses many dark themes and is difficult to compartmentalise into any genre.
But women find it hard to compartmentalise sex and emotions.