idealisation


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Noun1.idealisation - (psychiatry) a defense mechanism that splits something you are ambivalent about into two representations--one good and one bad
psychiatry, psychological medicine, psychopathology - the branch of medicine dealing with the diagnosis and treatment of mental disorders
defence, defence mechanism, defence reaction, defense mechanism, defense reaction, defense - (psychiatry) an unconscious process that tries to reduce the anxiety associated with instinctive desires
2.idealisation - something that exists only as an idea
idea, thought - the content of cognition; the main thing you are thinking about; "it was not a good idea"; "the thought never entered my mind"
3.idealisation - a portrayal of something as ideal; "the idealization of rural life was very misleading"
admiration, appreciation - a favorable judgment; "a small token in admiration of your works"
Translations
جَعْل الشَّخص أو الشَّيء مِثالِيّا
fegrun, gylling

ideal

(aiˈdiəl) adjective
perfect. This tool is ideal for the job I have in mind.
noun
1. a person, thing etc that is looked on as being perfect. She was clever and beautiful – in fact she was his ideal of what a wife should be.
2. a person's standard of behaviour etc. a man of high ideals.
iˈdealist noun
a person having (too) high ideals of behaviour etc.
iˈdealism noun
ˌideaˈlistic (aidiə-) adjective
iˈdealize, iˈdealise verb
to regard as perfect. Children tend to idealize their parents.
iˌdealiˈzation, iˌdealiˈsation noun
iˈdeally adverb
1. perfectly. He is ideally suited to this job.
2. under perfect conditions. Ideally, we should check this again, but we haven't enough time.
References in classic literature ?
He had read of the idealisation that takes place in love, but he saw her exactly as she was.
While adolescent's idealisation of parents and need for parental support slightly decreased with age and separation issues were more characteristic in younger than older adolescents, the authors could not find support for healthy individuation, when measured as a separate dimension, as the characteristic outcome of individuation process in late adolescence (e.
life: the idealisation of 'Victorian Culture' (a healthy reminder to those only concerned with "high1 culture), the general periodical, authors as celebrities, reading Tor self-education, British 'culture' from 1945 to 2000, the relationship between biography and elites in the case of H.
He depicts ordinary people with sympathy, humour, attention to detail and lack of idealisation.