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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.
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1. (Pathology) (tr) to wound or injure (the body)
2. (Psychiatry) to subject or be subjected to mental trauma
ˌtraumatiˈzation, ˌtraumatiˈsation n
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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.
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Past participle: traumatized
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|Verb||1.||traumatize - inflict a trauma upon|
injure - cause injuries or bodily harm to
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verb devastate, disturb, overwhelm, distress, dismay, knock for six (informal), deeply upset young children traumatized by their parents' deaths
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traumatize[ˈtrɔːmətaɪz] VT → traumatizar
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traumatize[ˈtrɔːmətaɪz] traumatise (British) vt → traumatiser
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vt (Med, Psych) → traumatisieren
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