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  • v. Alternative spelling of internalize.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • v. Same as internalize.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • v. incorporate within oneself; make subjective or personal

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Examples

  • Bini Smaghi said each euro zone country should "internalise" changes on its own.

    Reuters: Top News

  • Zuma would be the president to "internalise" the fact.

    IOL: News

  • To get it right, you need to look up the rules every time you think an apostrophe might be needed - and do this for the next six months in order to 'internalise' the rules. "

    The Register

  • The conference topic was internalised oppression, so we spent a lot of time in identity caucus groups trying to explore the ways in which we internalise various - ist messages.

    a weekend without white people. « Love | Peace | Ohana

  • Children, she says, grow up to serve in the army and internalise the message that Palestinians are people whose life is dispensable with impunity.

    Academic claims Israeli school textbooks contain bias

  • A study by Mitchell and Martin (1997) on secondary school children learning French in the UK found that the children “who did not internalise and retain a corpus of phrases of this kind, at this early stage, were highly unlikely to make any real progress subsequently, and in particular were never seen to move on from pragmatic communication strategies to grammatical control”.

    S is for “Strategies” « An A-Z of ELT

  • Instead one is broken down, forced to feel something, to learn something, about the author, forced to internalise his experiences.

    Pulse by Julian Barnes - review

  • And also about not wanting to internalise pre-set patterns (much as they might be interesting to read about.)

    Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » Do What Works

  • Other people manage the tension of oncoming defeat by ranting and raving at the screen; me, I prefer to internalise all that emotion until the suppressed screams are coursing around my bloodstream, the adrenaline in my mouth tastes of almonds, and I'm clutching at my chest like someone in the throes of the Five Pointed Palm Exploding Heart Technique.

    Pain of watching sport that I will never die happy | Emma John

  • The Invisible College - an attempt in England to internalise scientific practice.

    Clay Shirky on 'mass internet collaboration' at London's ICA

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