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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of sensitise.


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  • The principal lesson of the Holocaust, it is frequently said, [is that] it sensitises us to oppression and atrocity.

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  • Of course education shows people the difference between good and bad arguments, it sensitises students to what rhetoric is, how illegitimate persuasion works as well as proper argument and commendation.

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  • It touches and it sensitises the inner springs of action in a man's or a woman's life.

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  • Our previous results have indicated that oncogenic KRAS in colorectal tumour cells sensitises these cells to chemotherapy.

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  • The forum sensitises Delhi Metro rail passengers about the need to behave courteously with fellow passengers besides emphasising on the importance of etiquette, discipline and cooperation.

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  • The scientists tracked the molecular cascade caused by APC deficiencies, and discovered that insufficient APC sensitises cells to TRAIL and RAc by suppressing a protein that blocks TRAIL.


  • Researchers saw RAc sensitises polyp cells to TRAIL.


  • The film sensitises us about our villages and how we are not giving enough value to them, but it does so in a humourous manner.

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  • This initiative sensitises, encourages and promotes commercialisation of innovations.

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  • In addition Centium will give low levels of blackgrass control but also sensitises surviving blackgrass plants to follow-up graminicides.

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