empathise


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empathise


Past participle: empathised
Gerund: empathising

Imperative
empathise
empathise
Present
I empathise
you empathise
he/she/it empathises
we empathise
you empathise
they empathise
Preterite
I empathised
you empathised
he/she/it empathised
we empathised
you empathised
they empathised
Present Continuous
I am empathising
you are empathising
he/she/it is empathising
we are empathising
you are empathising
they are empathising
Present Perfect
I have empathised
you have empathised
he/she/it has empathised
we have empathised
you have empathised
they have empathised
Past Continuous
I was empathising
you were empathising
he/she/it was empathising
we were empathising
you were empathising
they were empathising
Past Perfect
I had empathised
you had empathised
he/she/it had empathised
we had empathised
you had empathised
they had empathised
Future
I will empathise
you will empathise
he/she/it will empathise
we will empathise
you will empathise
they will empathise
Future Perfect
I will have empathised
you will have empathised
he/she/it will have empathised
we will have empathised
you will have empathised
they will have empathised
Future Continuous
I will be empathising
you will be empathising
he/she/it will be empathising
we will be empathising
you will be empathising
they will be empathising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been empathising
you have been empathising
he/she/it has been empathising
we have been empathising
you have been empathising
they have been empathising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been empathising
you will have been empathising
he/she/it will have been empathising
we will have been empathising
you will have been empathising
they will have been empathising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been empathising
you had been empathising
he/she/it had been empathising
we had been empathising
you had been empathising
they had been empathising
Conditional
I would empathise
you would empathise
he/she/it would empathise
we would empathise
you would empathise
they would empathise
Past Conditional
I would have empathised
you would have empathised
he/she/it would have empathised
we would have empathised
you would have empathised
they would have empathised
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.empathise - be understanding ofempathise - be understanding of; "You don't need to explain--I understand!"
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I can empathise with the gay guy who's afraid to own his sexuality (Dear Coleen, July 5).
My experiences give me an inside knowledge which helps me empathise with the young people a lot more because of what I have been through."
No matter how much you try to empathise with them, you cannot imagine what they must have felt like seeing their parents and sister in a pool of blood their loved ones nothing more than flesh and bones ready to decay!
I can empathise (with Benitez) but I don't sympathise with too many on that.
The author draws the reader into the social worlds of the characters enabling him or her to empathise with the young soldiers, the monarchs and the family of the feisty widow who finds her horses taken by one of the armies which will cause her family to starve.
So it's easy to empathise with Tony, the desperate man at the centre of The Missing.
The majority of nurses and carers do their job properly and empathise with their patients and treat them with the dignity they deserve.
The researchers then asked the 18 psychopath participants to empathise with one of the actors in the films.
And I want to continue to grapple with the legacy of the Holocaust, to increase my ability to empathise, to better hone my love for people and for life and my hatred of injustice and violence.
"I can empathise with high-profile people who find themselves in the spotlight in this way.
NICKEY BRENNAN has told the FAI he can empathise with their planning permission problems.
Although the format is simple and there is no logic or general knowledge required, the programme is so addictive and the viewer can really empathise with the contestant.