Definitions

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  • v. Alternative spelling of personalize.

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  • v. make personal or more personal

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Either way, I have my copy ordered, I'm going to "personalise" it, before getting ready to post it off.

    They Are Not Listening - Time for Action

  • Contracts with the companies that have access to consumers, and want to 'personalise' and retain their consumer (media companies, ISPs, blog networks and tier 2 search players) will increasingly buy enterprise media white labelled solutions offered by the Newsgators.

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  • Android users can 'personalise' the software, with it adapting to an individual's speech.

    BBC News - Home

  • The main issue is that there are concerns that Facebook, by default, now opts you in to allowing third party sites like Yelp to 'personalise' your experience, and there are questions about how much information is given away.

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  • "The main issue is that there are concerns that Facebook, by default, now opts you in to allowing third party sites like Yelp to 'personalise' your experience"

    Certamente!

  • By extending your video program to the desktop level, you can "personalise" the video experience for your end-users.

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  • The new measures to "personalise" his image were revealed in a leaked letter written by

    National Review Online

  • The plans are being described as a move to "personalise" public services.

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  • The proposals are expected to be a key plank of Labour's general election manifesto as the party promises to "personalise" public services.

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  • The care package for all 1.6 million people who have - or who have had - cancer is part of a plan due to be announced by Gordon Brown, thought to be a key plank of Labour's general election manifesto promising to 'personalise' public services.

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