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relativize

(ˈrɛlətɪvaɪz) or

relativise

vb
1. to make or become relative
2. (General Physics) (tr) to apply the theory of relativity to
ˌrelativiˈzation, ˌrelativiˈsation n

relativize


Past participle: relativized
Gerund: relativizing

Imperative
relativize
relativize
Present
I relativize
you relativize
he/she/it relativizes
we relativize
you relativize
they relativize
Preterite
I relativized
you relativized
he/she/it relativized
we relativized
you relativized
they relativized
Present Continuous
I am relativizing
you are relativizing
he/she/it is relativizing
we are relativizing
you are relativizing
they are relativizing
Present Perfect
I have relativized
you have relativized
he/she/it has relativized
we have relativized
you have relativized
they have relativized
Past Continuous
I was relativizing
you were relativizing
he/she/it was relativizing
we were relativizing
you were relativizing
they were relativizing
Past Perfect
I had relativized
you had relativized
he/she/it had relativized
we had relativized
you had relativized
they had relativized
Future
I will relativize
you will relativize
he/she/it will relativize
we will relativize
you will relativize
they will relativize
Future Perfect
I will have relativized
you will have relativized
he/she/it will have relativized
we will have relativized
you will have relativized
they will have relativized
Future Continuous
I will be relativizing
you will be relativizing
he/she/it will be relativizing
we will be relativizing
you will be relativizing
they will be relativizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been relativizing
you have been relativizing
he/she/it has been relativizing
we have been relativizing
you have been relativizing
they have been relativizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been relativizing
you will have been relativizing
he/she/it will have been relativizing
we will have been relativizing
you will have been relativizing
they will have been relativizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been relativizing
you had been relativizing
he/she/it had been relativizing
we had been relativizing
you had been relativizing
they had been relativizing
Conditional
I would relativize
you would relativize
he/she/it would relativize
we would relativize
you would relativize
they would relativize
Past Conditional
I would have relativized
you would have relativized
he/she/it would have relativized
we would have relativized
you would have relativized
they would have relativized
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.relativize - consider or treat as relative
consider, regard, view, reckon, see - deem to be; "She views this quite differently from me"; "I consider her to be shallow"; "I don't see the situation quite as negatively as you do"
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relativize

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