exteriorise


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exteriorise


Past participle: exteriorised
Gerund: exteriorising

Imperative
exteriorise
exteriorise
Present
I exteriorise
you exteriorise
he/she/it exteriorises
we exteriorise
you exteriorise
they exteriorise
Preterite
I exteriorised
you exteriorised
he/she/it exteriorised
we exteriorised
you exteriorised
they exteriorised
Present Continuous
I am exteriorising
you are exteriorising
he/she/it is exteriorising
we are exteriorising
you are exteriorising
they are exteriorising
Present Perfect
I have exteriorised
you have exteriorised
he/she/it has exteriorised
we have exteriorised
you have exteriorised
they have exteriorised
Past Continuous
I was exteriorising
you were exteriorising
he/she/it was exteriorising
we were exteriorising
you were exteriorising
they were exteriorising
Past Perfect
I had exteriorised
you had exteriorised
he/she/it had exteriorised
we had exteriorised
you had exteriorised
they had exteriorised
Future
I will exteriorise
you will exteriorise
he/she/it will exteriorise
we will exteriorise
you will exteriorise
they will exteriorise
Future Perfect
I will have exteriorised
you will have exteriorised
he/she/it will have exteriorised
we will have exteriorised
you will have exteriorised
they will have exteriorised
Future Continuous
I will be exteriorising
you will be exteriorising
he/she/it will be exteriorising
we will be exteriorising
you will be exteriorising
they will be exteriorising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been exteriorising
you have been exteriorising
he/she/it has been exteriorising
we have been exteriorising
you have been exteriorising
they have been exteriorising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been exteriorising
you will have been exteriorising
he/she/it will have been exteriorising
we will have been exteriorising
you will have been exteriorising
they will have been exteriorising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been exteriorising
you had been exteriorising
he/she/it had been exteriorising
we had been exteriorising
you had been exteriorising
they had been exteriorising
Conditional
I would exteriorise
you would exteriorise
he/she/it would exteriorise
we would exteriorise
you would exteriorise
they would exteriorise
Past Conditional
I would have exteriorised
you would have exteriorised
he/she/it would have exteriorised
we would have exteriorised
you would have exteriorised
they would have exteriorised
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.exteriorise - make external or objective, or give reality to; "language externalizes our thoughts"
alter, change, modify - cause to change; make different; cause a transformation; "The advent of the automobile may have altered the growth pattern of the city"; "The discussion has changed my thinking about the issue"
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Ils ont dit leur amour, exteriorise leur verve en toute liberte et cisele des rimes d'une poesie qui croise l'amour, la beaute et la patrie.
En tous cas, pour lui [beaucoup moins que]ce n'est pas des banquiers, des actionnaires ou des commissaires aux comptes, aussi bons soient-ils, qui vont pouvoir porter un jugement [beaucoup plus grand que] a ce sujet, en proposant que cela soit exteriorise et ce soit la BCT qui s'occupe par exemple d'un tel benchmark.
Aucune place desormais aux decisions vengeresses ni a l'Ostracisme politique, d'autant plus que le climat democratique devient de plus en plus propice a ce que tout et chacun exteriorise le meilleur de soi-meme.
Malgas is able to exteriorise his conscience into this apparently visionary leader.
All art is an attempt to exteriorise one's sensations and feelings, to give them a form.' Hilton's paintings at this time were austere yet sensuous, intellectual yet intuitive.
Pour lui, la couleur est a elle seule un outil a la fois magique et revelateur qui exteriorise, selon lui, ce qu'il ressent, mais aussi ce qu'il voudrait montrer et dire au monde.
La cohesion est parfaite, on sent une veritable maitrise, chacun des musiciens exteriorise une formidable energie et dans chaque solo il y a du delire, une excitation, voire de l'extase.