from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To interact with others
- v. To instruct, usually subconsciously, in the etiquette of a society
- v. To take into collective or governmental ownership
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. make conform to socialist ideas and philosophies
- v. take part in social activities; interact with others
- v. prepare for social life
- v. train for a social environment
Sorry, no etymologies found.
It could also be that children from weaalthier backgrounds are more likely to be in schools that offer after school activities/ boarding/ single sex education etc. and also that they can afford too invest their time in other time consuming, expensive activities, so their is less opportunity to 'socialise', as it were.
Then all these old people arrived and we had to 'socialise' with them for about an hour before we all went into the buffet thing for lunch.
The PAC wanted to "socialise" the economy but did not want to chase whites into the sea.
On March 18, former NATO Supreme Allied Commander John Sheehan told a U.S. congressional hearing that European armies had been weakened by efforts to "socialise" them, including allowing gay soldiers to serve.
Sheehan suggested that without the need for an active combat capability since the end of the Cold War - "they did not believe the Germans were going to attack again or the Soviets were coming back" - the Dutch had made an effort to "socialise" their army.
A further six gorillas, currently under protection in Rwanda, are due to be flown to the sanctuary on 10 June to "socialise" with the first group.
The article suggests that using social media to encourage visitors to your site may not only increase repeat visitors, but can give you a better insight into what readers actually want as you "socialise" on these sites.
I can only presume that government and EU motives for promoting this crap is a combination of relief that they have spotted a fnancial revenue stream to solve the bank crisis and that it gives them carte blanche to 'socialise' us all still further.
"socialise" their forces by, among other things, letting gay people serve.
If there's an area where people like the architecture, and they can socialise, and not just shop, that's what will happen.
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