interiorise


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interiorise


Past participle: interiorised
Gerund: interiorising

Imperative
interiorise
interiorise
Present
I interiorise
you interiorise
he/she/it interiorises
we interiorise
you interiorise
they interiorise
Preterite
I interiorised
you interiorised
he/she/it interiorised
we interiorised
you interiorised
they interiorised
Present Continuous
I am interiorising
you are interiorising
he/she/it is interiorising
we are interiorising
you are interiorising
they are interiorising
Present Perfect
I have interiorised
you have interiorised
he/she/it has interiorised
we have interiorised
you have interiorised
they have interiorised
Past Continuous
I was interiorising
you were interiorising
he/she/it was interiorising
we were interiorising
you were interiorising
they were interiorising
Past Perfect
I had interiorised
you had interiorised
he/she/it had interiorised
we had interiorised
you had interiorised
they had interiorised
Future
I will interiorise
you will interiorise
he/she/it will interiorise
we will interiorise
you will interiorise
they will interiorise
Future Perfect
I will have interiorised
you will have interiorised
he/she/it will have interiorised
we will have interiorised
you will have interiorised
they will have interiorised
Future Continuous
I will be interiorising
you will be interiorising
he/she/it will be interiorising
we will be interiorising
you will be interiorising
they will be interiorising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been interiorising
you have been interiorising
he/she/it has been interiorising
we have been interiorising
you have been interiorising
they have been interiorising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been interiorising
you will have been interiorising
he/she/it will have been interiorising
we will have been interiorising
you will have been interiorising
they will have been interiorising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been interiorising
you had been interiorising
he/she/it had been interiorising
we had been interiorising
you had been interiorising
they had been interiorising
Conditional
I would interiorise
you would interiorise
he/she/it would interiorise
we would interiorise
you would interiorise
they would interiorise
Past Conditional
I would have interiorised
you would have interiorised
he/she/it would have interiorised
we would have interiorised
you would have interiorised
they would have interiorised
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.interiorise - incorporate within oneself; make subjective or personal; "internalize a belief"
psychological science, psychology - the science of mental life
ascribe, attribute, impute, assign - attribute or credit to; "We attributed this quotation to Shakespeare"; "People impute great cleverness to cats"
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References in periodicals archive ?
Researcher in media studies Kais Triaa, who developed the report, said it has been based on the decoding of the symbols, concepts and calls to interiorise the images of plunder and destruction by fire to lead the public opinion to associate protests with all that is negative and therefore direct it towards the refusal of these protests whatever their objectives.
learn the language of the adopted community and interiorise its socio-cultural values.
Thus, other researchers (Schenk et al., 2007; Prager and Freese, 2009; Sattler and Nagel, 2010) consider that the success of an AEM depends on acceptance, meaning that farmers interiorise the scheme's goals and are convinced that the farming practices benefit the environment (Prager and Freese, 2009).
Pierrick Fedrigo est, habituellement, un homme qui interiorise tout.