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  • v. Alternative spelling of professionalize.

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

  • v. make professional or give a professional character to
  • v. become professional or proceed in a professional manner or in an activity for pay or as a means of livelihood


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  • Ellee - one big regret I have is not having a trade, I don't regret not having a degree - quite worthless unless you 'professionalise' it.

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  • The reality for most journalists is that they can no longer exist in a vacuum, as if what they do in their profession is somehow disconnected from the commercial enterprise that pays their wages (one side effect of journalists 'attempts to' professionalise 'themselves, according to Robert G Picard).

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  • The Tories believe pension funds will "professionalise" landlord services and represent better managers of homes than serial buy-to-let investors who, at the height of the boom, bought two thirds of all new properties built in London.

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  • Fundamentally what nu-Labour have sought to do is de-professionalise organisations such as the Police through the introduction of endless ‘checks and balances’ … An organisation made up of automatons that follow ‘processes’ are less likely to effectively question the intentions of a government or bureaucrat.

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  • Most started out when enthusiastic and committed people come together informally – usually in a bar room, hotel or coffee house – to improve and professionalise emerging crafts and knowledge.

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  • Libyan rebels in Misrata shell pro-Gaddafi forces as rebels in southwest look to professionalise their ranks.

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  • In Zimbabwe, a local women's organisation, Envision Zimbabwe, runs conflict transformation workshops to professionalise the police, prison wardens and army officials, so that they are able to respond to conflict without violence.

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  • He should professionalise the Vatican's news operation to match Sky, CNN, the BBC or al-Jazeera.

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  • 'In the Singaporean context, there has been a substantial effort by the government to help professionalise charities.'

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  • If Gwynedd Plaid don;t professionalise and inject some energy they're going to flounder.

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