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trau·ma·tize

 (trô′mə-tīz′, trou′-)
tr.v. trau·ma·tized, trau·ma·tiz·ing, trau·ma·tiz·es
1. To wound or injure (a tissue), as in a surgical operation.
2. To subject to psychological trauma.

traumatize

(ˈtrɔːməˌtaɪz) or

traumatise

vb
1. (Pathology) (tr) to wound or injure (the body)
2. (Psychiatry) to subject or be subjected to mental trauma
ˌtraumatiˈzation, ˌtraumatiˈsation n

trau•ma•tize

(ˈtraʊ məˌtaɪz, ˈtrɔ-)

v.t. -tized, -tiz•ing.
1. to cause a trauma in or to: to be traumatized by a childhood experience.
2. to injure (tissues) by force or by thermal, chemical, etc., agents.
[1900–05]
trau`ma•ti•za′tion, n.

traumatize


Past participle: traumatized
Gerund: traumatizing

Imperative
traumatize
traumatize
Present
I traumatize
you traumatize
he/she/it traumatizes
we traumatize
you traumatize
they traumatize
Preterite
I traumatized
you traumatized
he/she/it traumatized
we traumatized
you traumatized
they traumatized
Present Continuous
I am traumatizing
you are traumatizing
he/she/it is traumatizing
we are traumatizing
you are traumatizing
they are traumatizing
Present Perfect
I have traumatized
you have traumatized
he/she/it has traumatized
we have traumatized
you have traumatized
they have traumatized
Past Continuous
I was traumatizing
you were traumatizing
he/she/it was traumatizing
we were traumatizing
you were traumatizing
they were traumatizing
Past Perfect
I had traumatized
you had traumatized
he/she/it had traumatized
we had traumatized
you had traumatized
they had traumatized
Future
I will traumatize
you will traumatize
he/she/it will traumatize
we will traumatize
you will traumatize
they will traumatize
Future Perfect
I will have traumatized
you will have traumatized
he/she/it will have traumatized
we will have traumatized
you will have traumatized
they will have traumatized
Future Continuous
I will be traumatizing
you will be traumatizing
he/she/it will be traumatizing
we will be traumatizing
you will be traumatizing
they will be traumatizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been traumatizing
you have been traumatizing
he/she/it has been traumatizing
we have been traumatizing
you have been traumatizing
they have been traumatizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been traumatizing
you will have been traumatizing
he/she/it will have been traumatizing
we will have been traumatizing
you will have been traumatizing
they will have been traumatizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been traumatizing
you had been traumatizing
he/she/it had been traumatizing
we had been traumatizing
you had been traumatizing
they had been traumatizing
Conditional
I would traumatize
you would traumatize
he/she/it would traumatize
we would traumatize
you would traumatize
they would traumatize
Past Conditional
I would have traumatized
you would have traumatized
he/she/it would have traumatized
we would have traumatized
you would have traumatized
they would have traumatized
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.traumatize - inflict a trauma upon
injure, wound - cause injuries or bodily harm to

traumatize

verb devastate, disturb, overwhelm, distress, dismay, knock for six (informal), deeply upset young children traumatized by their parents' deaths

traumatize

verb
To inflict physical or mental injury or distress on:
Translations

traumatize

[ˈtrɔːmətaɪz] VTtraumatizar

traumatize

[ˈtrɔːmətaɪz] traumatise (British) vttraumatiser

traumatize

vt (Med, Psych) → traumatisieren

traumatize

vt traumatizar
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