dehumanise


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dehumanise


Past participle: dehumanised
Gerund: dehumanising

Imperative
dehumanise
dehumanise
Present
I dehumanise
you dehumanise
he/she/it dehumanises
we dehumanise
you dehumanise
they dehumanise
Preterite
I dehumanised
you dehumanised
he/she/it dehumanised
we dehumanised
you dehumanised
they dehumanised
Present Continuous
I am dehumanising
you are dehumanising
he/she/it is dehumanising
we are dehumanising
you are dehumanising
they are dehumanising
Present Perfect
I have dehumanised
you have dehumanised
he/she/it has dehumanised
we have dehumanised
you have dehumanised
they have dehumanised
Past Continuous
I was dehumanising
you were dehumanising
he/she/it was dehumanising
we were dehumanising
you were dehumanising
they were dehumanising
Past Perfect
I had dehumanised
you had dehumanised
he/she/it had dehumanised
we had dehumanised
you had dehumanised
they had dehumanised
Future
I will dehumanise
you will dehumanise
he/she/it will dehumanise
we will dehumanise
you will dehumanise
they will dehumanise
Future Perfect
I will have dehumanised
you will have dehumanised
he/she/it will have dehumanised
we will have dehumanised
you will have dehumanised
they will have dehumanised
Future Continuous
I will be dehumanising
you will be dehumanising
he/she/it will be dehumanising
we will be dehumanising
you will be dehumanising
they will be dehumanising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been dehumanising
you have been dehumanising
he/she/it has been dehumanising
we have been dehumanising
you have been dehumanising
they have been dehumanising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been dehumanising
you will have been dehumanising
he/she/it will have been dehumanising
we will have been dehumanising
you will have been dehumanising
they will have been dehumanising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been dehumanising
you had been dehumanising
he/she/it had been dehumanising
we had been dehumanising
you had been dehumanising
they had been dehumanising
Conditional
I would dehumanise
you would dehumanise
he/she/it would dehumanise
we would dehumanise
you would dehumanise
they would dehumanise
Past Conditional
I would have dehumanised
you would have dehumanised
he/she/it would have dehumanised
we would have dehumanised
you would have dehumanised
they would have dehumanised
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.dehumanise - deprive of human qualities; "Life in poverty has dehumanized them"
demean, disgrace, degrade, take down, put down - reduce in worth or character, usually verbally; "She tends to put down younger women colleagues"; "His critics took him down after the lecture"
2.dehumanise - make mechanical or routine
mechanise, mechanize - make mechanical; "mechanize the procedure"
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