socialising


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Noun1.socialising - the act of meeting for social purposessocialising - the act of meeting for social purposes; "there was too much socialization with the enlisted men"
coming together, meeting - the social act of assembling for some common purpose; "his meeting with the salesmen was the high point of his day"
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However, I found it really difficult missing out on going to the pub and socialising with my friends.
The figures also suggest the gap between how long each sex spends on recreation, hobbies and socialising has widened since the turn of the century.
Socialising piglets before weaning improves social hierarchy formation when pigs are co-mingled post-weaning.
Young people are socialising with their peers but the issue is in the ability to edit and present a view of oneself.
With a choice of environments for studying, collaborative work and socialising, the facility will enhance the opportunity for developing life skills and gaining first-hand careers guidance, with offices dedicated to careers and higher education.
The paper quoted Dr Rob Hicks, a GP in London, as asserting that many people start socialising more in February after January, when we socialise less and prefer eating healthy food, giving our bodies a chance to recuperate after the over-indulgence of Christmas.
A THIRD of Britons will sacrifice socialising and grocery shopping to pay for their mortgage, a new survey has revealed.
Many of the factors that the teenagers saw as key to their wellbeing, such as sport, money and alcohol, tied back to socialising.
A survey by accountancy firm Deloitte showed that the average planned spend on Christmas socialising has fallen by 25% in the region to just pounds 112 per person against pounds 150 last year.
Socialising is a vital part of your puppy's behavioural development.
So to help avoid such problems, the veterinary group is running a series of free sessions to encourage socialising skills and training from an early age.