penalise


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penalise


Past participle: penalised
Gerund: penalising

Imperative
penalise
penalise
Present
I penalise
you penalise
he/she/it penalises
we penalise
you penalise
they penalise
Preterite
I penalised
you penalised
he/she/it penalised
we penalised
you penalised
they penalised
Present Continuous
I am penalising
you are penalising
he/she/it is penalising
we are penalising
you are penalising
they are penalising
Present Perfect
I have penalised
you have penalised
he/she/it has penalised
we have penalised
you have penalised
they have penalised
Past Continuous
I was penalising
you were penalising
he/she/it was penalising
we were penalising
you were penalising
they were penalising
Past Perfect
I had penalised
you had penalised
he/she/it had penalised
we had penalised
you had penalised
they had penalised
Future
I will penalise
you will penalise
he/she/it will penalise
we will penalise
you will penalise
they will penalise
Future Perfect
I will have penalised
you will have penalised
he/she/it will have penalised
we will have penalised
you will have penalised
they will have penalised
Future Continuous
I will be penalising
you will be penalising
he/she/it will be penalising
we will be penalising
you will be penalising
they will be penalising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been penalising
you have been penalising
he/she/it has been penalising
we have been penalising
you have been penalising
they have been penalising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been penalising
you will have been penalising
he/she/it will have been penalising
we will have been penalising
you will have been penalising
they will have been penalising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been penalising
you had been penalising
he/she/it had been penalising
we had been penalising
you had been penalising
they had been penalising
Conditional
I would penalise
you would penalise
he/she/it would penalise
we would penalise
you would penalise
they would penalise
Past Conditional
I would have penalised
you would have penalised
he/she/it would have penalised
we would have penalised
you would have penalised
they would have penalised
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.penalise - impose a penalty on; inflict punishment on; "The students were penalized for showing up late for class"; "we had to punish the dog for soiling the floor again"
avenge, retaliate, revenge - take revenge for a perceived wrong; "He wants to avenge the murder of his brother"
tar-and-feather - smear the body of (someone) with tar and feathers; done in some societies as punishment; "The thief was tarred and feathered"
execute, put to death - kill as a means of socially sanctioned punishment; "In some states, criminals are executed"
pillory - punish by putting in a pillory
castigate - inflict severe punishment on
amerce - punish with an arbitrary penalty
victimise, victimize - punish unjustly
scourge - punish severely; excoriate
discipline, sort out, correct - punish in order to gain control or enforce obedience; "The teacher disciplined the pupils rather frequently"
Translations
يُعاقِبيُعاقَب علَيْهِ
hegna
noteikt sodusodīt

penalize,

penalise

(ˈpiːnəlaiz) verb
1. to punish (someone) for doing something wrong (eg breaking a rule in a game), eg by the loss of points etc or by the giving of some advantage to an opponent. The child was penalized for her untidy handwriting.
2. to punish (some wrong action etc) in this way. Any attempt at cheating will be heavily penalized.
References in classic literature ?
But you should penalise father, too," interpose Beth.
As a precaution, referee Nigel Owens and his touch judges were escorted from the pitch by security as boos rang out in protest at the Welsh ocial's decision to penalise Metz.
According to a survey, only 17 percent of Americans are aware that insurance companies can penalise homeowners for prior owners' claims.
Personally, I wouldn't be looking to penalise the horses whose ratings have changed, but they've not won.
Increasing the price of alcohol will only penalise the poor.
We need to penalise those who get out of their minds and need hospitalising.
He said: "I am not going to penalise the holidaymaker and I am not going to penalise people who have got to travel for all sorts of reasons on domestic flights and I don't think the Conservative proposals are properly thought-out.
The payment card company is preparing to launch a plan designed to protect online shoppers and to penalise retailers for security lapses, according to silicon.
Penalise those who sexually bother others in the work place.
A TORY Cabinet minister has launched an attack on his Liberal Democrat colleagues over tax policy, claiming they want to penalise the nation''s wealth creators.
Global Banking News-June 19, 2013--British PM backs plan to penalise bankers(C)2013 ENPublishing - http://www.
The borough council is considering Dog Control Orders, to penalise people who fail to clear up their pets' mess and who allow their animals to be off the lead on all public footpaths, roads, grass verges and cemeteries within the borough.