singularise


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singularise


Past participle: singularised
Gerund: singularising

Imperative
singularise
singularise
Present
I singularise
you singularise
he/she/it singularises
we singularise
you singularise
they singularise
Preterite
I singularised
you singularised
he/she/it singularised
we singularised
you singularised
they singularised
Present Continuous
I am singularising
you are singularising
he/she/it is singularising
we are singularising
you are singularising
they are singularising
Present Perfect
I have singularised
you have singularised
he/she/it has singularised
we have singularised
you have singularised
they have singularised
Past Continuous
I was singularising
you were singularising
he/she/it was singularising
we were singularising
you were singularising
they were singularising
Past Perfect
I had singularised
you had singularised
he/she/it had singularised
we had singularised
you had singularised
they had singularised
Future
I will singularise
you will singularise
he/she/it will singularise
we will singularise
you will singularise
they will singularise
Future Perfect
I will have singularised
you will have singularised
he/she/it will have singularised
we will have singularised
you will have singularised
they will have singularised
Future Continuous
I will be singularising
you will be singularising
he/she/it will be singularising
we will be singularising
you will be singularising
they will be singularising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been singularising
you have been singularising
he/she/it has been singularising
we have been singularising
you have been singularising
they have been singularising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been singularising
you will have been singularising
he/she/it will have been singularising
we will have been singularising
you will have been singularising
they will have been singularising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been singularising
you had been singularising
he/she/it had been singularising
we had been singularising
you had been singularising
they had been singularising
Conditional
I would singularise
you would singularise
he/she/it would singularise
we would singularise
you would singularise
they would singularise
Past Conditional
I would have singularised
you would have singularised
he/she/it would have singularised
we would have singularised
you would have singularised
they would have singularised
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.singularise - distinguish as singular
distinguish, signalise, signalize - make conspicuous or noteworthy
Based on WordNet 3.0, Farlex clipart collection. © 2003-2012 Princeton University, Farlex Inc.
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Telle est la qualitUu[c] avec laquelle se singularise dUu[c]sormais lae1/4aoArmUu[c]e nationale populaire digne hUu[c]ritiUuA re de lae1/4aoArmUu[c]e de libUu[c]ration nationale Uo[beaucoup plus grand que].
Cette situation "d'adultere heureux" pour le moins originale et certainement de rupture, en 1958-59, par rapport a la tradition litteraire amoureuse evoquee par Rougemont, si elle singularise les personnages principaux de cette oeuvre, ne convainc cependant pas pleinement.
Whether or not it is accorded a 'cognitive' status, this discourse belongs to a particular rationality where, saying (philosophically) individuation, I individuate it, or I singularise it--necessarily singularising myself at the same time.
Ce qui nous singularise, c'est plutot l'offre de service, c'est-a-dire la prestation qui accompagne le produit.
Ce respect de la regle des trois unites repond a une exigence de coherence culturelle, appliquee a un groupe qui a eu les memes lectures d'enfance, la meme formation scolaire et universitaire, et revendiquent les memes references intellectuelles et les memes habitudes sociales dans un pays qui se singularise, en Europe et meme dans le monde, par son attachement a la << vie litteraire >> et aux traditions qui s'y rapportent.
ou singularise. On peut appliquer a sa mise en scene ce que Jacques
De plus, elle permet de restituer le role decisif joue par la langue maternelle comme objet de negociation conjugale et familiale, agissant en tant que revelateur de l'echange culturel dans ses considerations d'appartenance, de mutations et d'appropriation reciproque au contact d'un autrui singularise par le prisme de la specificite culturelle.
La relation maroco-francaise se singularise "par la longue histoire qui nous est commune, par un maillage culturel et humain d'une rare densite", une relation qui "se raffermit, de jour en jour, par des echanges economiques prometteurs" et "se particularise par la qualite d'une permanente et fructueuse concertation politique", a egalement indique le Souverain.