socialize

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To interact with others
To take into collective or governmental ownership
To instruct, usually subconsciously, in the etiquette of a society
prepare for social life; "Children have to be socialized in school"
take part in social activities; interact with others; "He never socializes with his colleagues"; "The old man hates to socialize"
make conform to socialist ideas and philosophies; "Health care should be socialized!" prepare for social life; "Children have to be socialized in school" train for a social environment; "The children must be properly socialized" take part in social activities; interact with others; "He never socializes with his colleagues"; "The old man hates to socialize
{f} learn to relate to and interact with others; be sociable, interact with others; establish according to the principles of socialism; make socialist (institutes, governments, institutions etc.); prepare for social life (also socialise)
To subject to, or regulate by, socialism
When people, especially children, are socialized, they are made to behave in a way which is acceptable in their culture or society. You may have been socialized to do as you are told
take part in social activities; interact with others; "He never socializes with his colleagues"; "The old man hates to socialize
make conform to socialist ideas and philosophies; "Health care should be socialized!"
To render social
train for a social environment; "The children must be properly socialized"
so·cial·ize socializes socializing socialized in BRIT, also use socialise1. If you socialize, you meet other people socially, for example at parties. an open meeting, where members socialized and welcomed any new members It distressed her that she and Charles no longer socialized with old friends. + socializing so·cial·iz·ing The hours were terrible, so socialising was difficult
socialise
To take into collective or governmental ownership
socialization
The act of interacting with others, of being social

Force socialization rarely creates strong friendships, but there are exceptions.

socialization
Taking under government control as implementing socialism
socialization
The process of learning one’s culture and how to live within it

Socialization skills are important things to learn in kindergarten.

socialized
Simple past tense and past participle of socialize
socialise
To instruct, usually subconsciously, in the etiquette of a society
socialise
To interact with others
socialise
make conform to socialist ideas and philosophies; "Health care should be socialized!"
socialise
train for a social environment; "The children must be properly socialized"
socialise
{f} learn to relate to and interact with others; be sociable, interact with others; establish according to the principles of socialism; make socialist (institutes, governments, institutions etc.); prepare for social life (also socialize)
socialise
take part in social activities; interact with others; "He never socializes with his colleagues"; "The old man hates to socialize"
socialise
prepare for social life; "Children have to be socialized in school"
socialised
{s} administered by the government, under the control of a group (as of medical care); made sociable, made fit for companionship (also socialized)
socialised
past of socialise
socialised
under group or government control; "socialized ownership"; "socialized medicine"
socialises
third-person singular of socialise
socialising
the act of meeting for social purposes; "there was too much socialization with the enlisted men"
socialising
present participle of socialise
socialization
The end result of all the processes by which individuals form their beliefs and values in the home, schools, churches, communities, and workplaces
socialization
so·ciali·za·tion in BRIT, also use socialisation1. Socialization is the process by which people, especially children, are made to behave in a way which is acceptable in their culture or society. Female socialization emphasizes getting along with others
socialization
the process by which culture is learned; also called enculturation During socialization individuals internalize a culture's social controls, along with values and norms about right and wrong
socialization
1 Process of learning your culture; 2 Process of learning your identity(in the sense of the roles you play)
socialization
the act of meeting for social purposes; "there was too much socialization with the enlisted men"
socialization
The process by which people learn the norms and roles that are necessary to function in a group or organization
socialization
The process of internalizing or taking organizational values as one's own
socialization
Socialization is the process by which something is made to operate on socialist principles
socialization
the action of establishing on a socialist basis; "the socialization of medical services
socialization
The method by which the social values of the funeral rite are internalized (learned)
socialization
the action of establishing on a socialist basis; "the socialization of medical services"
socialization
Shaping of individual characteristics and behavior through the stimuli and reinforcements that the social environment provides
socialization
the adoption of the behavior patterns of the surrounding culture; "the socialization of children to the norms of their culture"
socialization
Learning the values, norms, language, and behaviors needed to function in a group or society; socialization agents often include mass media, parents, peers, and the school (Moore & Moschis, 1982, p 4) Learning over time how to function in a group or society by assimilating a set of paradigms, rules, procedures, and principles that govern perception, attention, choices, learning, and development (Doff, 1982)
socialization
Learning to interact well with others, to be sociable
socialization
The process by which people learn the norms and roles that are necessary to function in a group or organization [8]
socialization
{i} process of learning to relate to and interact with others; process of adopting the behavior patterns of the surrounding culture; act of establishing according to the principles of socialism; act of meeting for social purposes; participating in social activities (also socialisation)
socialization
a lifelong, social process during which we learn norms, values, attitudes, beliefs and knowledge and develop a sense of self
socialization
The various and complex social processes that influence the growth of a human from birth to death
socialization
"the general process of social learning whereby [individuals] learn the many things they must know to become acceptable members of society"
socialized
past of socialize
socialized
subsidized for social reasons
socialized
under group or government control; "socialized ownership"; "socialized medicine"
socialized
under group or government control; "socialized ownership"; "socialized medicine
socialized
{s} administered by the government, under the control of a group (as of medical care); made sociable, made fit for companionship (also socialised)
socializer
a person who takes part in social activities
socializer
{i} person or thing that makes social; one who establishes or manages according to the principles of socialism; one who participates in social activities (also socialiser)
socializes
third-person singular of socialize
socializing
Present participle of to socialize
socializing
the act of meeting for social purposes; "there was too much socialization with the enlisted men"
socialize
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