individualise individualise


  1. (v) make or mark or treat as individual
  2. (v) make personal or more personal


  1. Wenger said: "I have to make sure success does not disrupt and individualise the spirit of my players because that is what the modern game can do to them." "At the moment it is a pleasure to work with this group because they are really humble...
    on Sep 22, 2007 By: Arsene Wenger Source:

  2. "We want our customers to individualise their Nintendo DSi," Iwata said.
    on Oct 2, 2008 By: Satoru Iwata Source: The Age

  3. "Most of our players have always played in the NAB Cup and played most of the games," Ratten told the Sunday Herald Sun. "We need to sit down and individualise it. If Chris's body allows him to play three NAB Cup games, we will sit down and...
    on Oct 13, 2007 By: Brett Ratten Source: AFL

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