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
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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Statements that dehumanise and objectify women are not only derogatory and demeaning towards women but also contribute to the victim-blaming culture, which is the biggest impediment in fighting crimes committed against women,' the letter said.
You dehumanise and turn neighbour against neighbour.
I think there's this way where technology can dehumanise and it's like they are saying something about someone who isn't there.
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Sophie Bennett, campaigns officer for human rights organisation Object, said: "Lads' mags dehumanise and objectify women, promoting harmful attitudes that underpin discrimination and violence against women and girls.
You have to choose tactics and strategies to dehumanise.
If Western nations choose to believe that they evolved from an animal, we in Africa cannot dehumanise ourselves and believe in such a concept.
Once you objectify you can then dehumanise and once you do that we all saw the results in Nazi Germany
Electrical installation student Kyle Maven, 17, who is based at the Hylton Skills Campus, said: "We hope the carrying of this cross brings home the wider meaning of what Easter is really about and how all kinds of oppression demean and dehumanise people.
He says: "My great lesson from Auschwitz is whoever wants to dehumanise any other must first be dehumanised himself.