Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of externalise.

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Examples

  • Makamba, who has been in prison awaiting charges for six months, was accused of "externalising" foreign currency.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Three years ago the firm was accused of 'externalising' over a US$1 million in payments from overseas clients but the matter then seemed to have died a natural death.

    SWRadioAfrica Podcast

  • Perhaps people think they have rights to housing and holidays because we regard these things as a quid pro quo for our society's being systematically dismantled by government policies - of all parties - that favour their large, global buddies (via subsidies to big business, infrastructure; the externalising of social and environmental costs; and a biassed regulatory system) at the expense of the small and local.

    I Heart Steven Pinker, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Northern Rock grew rapidly by externalising its costs, pursuing money-making schemes that would eventually be paid for by other people.

    This state-hating free marketeer ignores his own failed experiment

  • The throat centre – visuddha – governs the expressive and externalising mind...

    Lucretius, Virgil, Dante, Sri Aurobindo

  • For them, the fundamental point is that deliberately forming an object is a process of externalising one's will.

    Thomas Hill Green

  • Keeping with the problem of externalising the internal the attempts at novelistic touchs where lecturer Joe expounds on his theories about love fall very flat.

    Enduring Love (2004)

  • The Continental political class is engaging in a collective act of what psychologists call displacement, externalising something which they do not like in themselves.

    It's not rocket science

  • He was charged with externalising foreign currency - taking money out of the country illegally.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Still in prison is former finance minister Chris Kureneri, accused of externalising currency to build a lavish mansion in Cape Town.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

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