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parenthesize

(pəˈrɛnθɪˌsaɪz) or

parenthesise

vb (tr)
1. (Grammar) to place in parentheses
2. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) to place in parentheses
3. (Grammar) to insert as a parenthesis
4. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) to insert as a parenthesis
5. (Grammar) to intersperse (a speech, writing, etc) with parentheses

pa•ren•the•size

(pəˈrɛn θəˌsaɪz)

v.t. -sized, -siz•ing.
to put between marks of parenthesis.

parenthesize


Past participle: parenthesized
Gerund: parenthesizing

Imperative
parenthesize
parenthesize
Present
I parenthesize
you parenthesize
he/she/it parenthesizes
we parenthesize
you parenthesize
they parenthesize
Preterite
I parenthesized
you parenthesized
he/she/it parenthesized
we parenthesized
you parenthesized
they parenthesized
Present Continuous
I am parenthesizing
you are parenthesizing
he/she/it is parenthesizing
we are parenthesizing
you are parenthesizing
they are parenthesizing
Present Perfect
I have parenthesized
you have parenthesized
he/she/it has parenthesized
we have parenthesized
you have parenthesized
they have parenthesized
Past Continuous
I was parenthesizing
you were parenthesizing
he/she/it was parenthesizing
we were parenthesizing
you were parenthesizing
they were parenthesizing
Past Perfect
I had parenthesized
you had parenthesized
he/she/it had parenthesized
we had parenthesized
you had parenthesized
they had parenthesized
Future
I will parenthesize
you will parenthesize
he/she/it will parenthesize
we will parenthesize
you will parenthesize
they will parenthesize
Future Perfect
I will have parenthesized
you will have parenthesized
he/she/it will have parenthesized
we will have parenthesized
you will have parenthesized
they will have parenthesized
Future Continuous
I will be parenthesizing
you will be parenthesizing
he/she/it will be parenthesizing
we will be parenthesizing
you will be parenthesizing
they will be parenthesizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been parenthesizing
you have been parenthesizing
he/she/it has been parenthesizing
we have been parenthesizing
you have been parenthesizing
they have been parenthesizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been parenthesizing
you will have been parenthesizing
he/she/it will have been parenthesizing
we will have been parenthesizing
you will have been parenthesizing
they will have been parenthesizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been parenthesizing
you had been parenthesizing
he/she/it had been parenthesizing
we had been parenthesizing
you had been parenthesizing
they had been parenthesizing
Conditional
I would parenthesize
you would parenthesize
he/she/it would parenthesize
we would parenthesize
you would parenthesize
they would parenthesize
Past Conditional
I would have parenthesized
you would have parenthesized
he/she/it would have parenthesized
we would have parenthesized
you would have parenthesized
they would have parenthesized
References in classic literature ?
Dyott parenthesised to Maud, "seen it come so often I; and he has always waited for it and met it.
In moulding Genesis Potini's experience into a universal story with commercial and transnational appeal, Napier Robertson has parenthesised the local, specific and personal history that inspired the film.
That there was no aggression on the part of the interviewer a twenty something young journalist who parenthesised his questions with a plaintive " Sir" is evident on the tape.
Irrespective of the cabal investing it with an import -- the polity, media, strategists, political analysts, sociologists or any others -- the fate of the common man is parenthesised between veneration and victimisation with patronisation and mockery jostling for space in between.
The devastation that has been exacted in these regions cannot simply be parenthesised as natural disasters: it is clearly part of the complex Holocene volition, a human response to climate crisis that began nearly 11,000 years ago.
The reason I have parenthesised the opposite meanings is because the two key characters are best friends and from families on opposite sides of the conflict.
All parenthesised references are to this edition: Salman Rushdie, The Satanic Verses (London: Vintage, 1998).
It goes down the path opened by Hilberg in 1976, which was insufficiently examined after him by more recent research, as if transport were parenthesised in the deportation process, as it is too often elsewhere by historical research.