humanize

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الإنجليزية - التركية
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To make human, to give or cause to have the fundamental properties of a human
to make gentle or refined
{v} to soften, make tender, civilize
hu·man·ize humanizes humanizing humanized in BRIT, also use humanise If you humanize a situation or condition, you improve it by changing it in a way which makes it more suitable and pleasant for people. Jo Robinson began by humanizing the waiting time at the health centre with tea-making and toys for children. to make a place or system more pleasant or more suitable for people
To give a human character or expression to
To become or be made more humane; to become civilized; to be ameliorated
make more humane; "The mayor tried to humanize life in the big city
To convert into something human or belonging to man; as, to humanize vaccine lymph
make more humane; "The mayor tried to humanize life in the big city"
{f} make or become human, give human qualities to; make humane, civilize, culture (also humanise)
To render human or humane; to soften; to make gentle by overcoming cruel dispositions and rude habits; to refine or civilize
humanise
Alternative spelling of humanize
humanized
Present participle of humanize
humanized
a monoclonal antibody derived from a mostly human source
humanise
{f} make or become human, give human qualities to; make humane, civilize, culture (also humanize)
humanise
make more humane; "The mayor tried to humanize life in the big city"
humanization
the act of making more human
humanization
{i} process of making or becoming human, act of giving human qualities to; act of making humane, civilization (also humanisation)
humanization
The act of humanizing
humanizes
third-person singular of humanize
humanizing
third-person singular of humanize
humanize
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