socialiser


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Noun1.socialiser - a person who takes part in social activities
individual, mortal, person, somebody, someone, soul - a human being; "there was too much for one person to do"
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"Il s'agit de vulgariser la culture amazighe et l'enseignement de la langue amazighe", a-t-il souligne, en reiterant la necessite de "socialiser cette langue et d'elargir son utilisation".
He said: "I'm not a great socialiser but going to Windsor Park [on Saturday night] was wonderful.
J'ajoute que le systeme educatif (toutes categories confondues) doit socialiser a la lecture nonpas en tant que contrainte scolaire, mais comme un epanouissement personnel.
C'est egalement une excellente occasion de socialiser et de gouter a la grande variete offerte par notre pays.
With a son in the US and a daughter in Pakistan, Musharraf was unrestrained by the same family pressures as other men his age, and he was more of an evening socialiser than his wife.
Ces jeunes n'avaient plus de problemes d'expression, de communication, de reconnaissance des visages ou pour socialiser, ce qui caracterise l'autisme.
Some key data from LinkedIn's audi- ence profile in the UAE shows:A bulk of the audience is identified as a 'connec- tor' (well-networked socialiser) at 20.4 percentshare;'salesperson'(persuasive communicators) garnered a 20.8 per cent share and 'early adopter' (risk-tak- ers keen on being the first to try new things) showed a 20.4 per cent share.
This book aptly traces the way in which the 'hunting, shooting, fishing' parson and socialiser of the Georgian age mutated into the sober Victorian parish priest, and the former's country-gentry-type residence in the normal Georgian manner changed into the model of the respectable and cosy Victorian gothic home of the later 19th century and beyond.
"I loved training," explains Francome, "but I'm not a socialiser and I couldn't say to an owner, 'Give me three hundred grand to spend on a horse', when the chances of it giving a return are next to nothing.