internalise internalise

Definition(s):

  • (v) incorporate within oneself; make subjective or personal

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  1. It's one thing to make optimistic statements and to offer verbal body-language and completely another to internalise History.
  2. It's one thing to make optimistic statements and to offer verbal body-language and completely another to internalise History.

News

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    on February 28, 2014     Source: PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance

Quotes

  1. Based on the preamble of the Constitution, it was "intended to internalise those values we as South Africans have thought to be important", Pandor told a media briefing in Cape Town.
    on Feb 12, 2008 By: Naledi Pandor Source: Citizen

  2. "Jerusalem is a red line and Israel must internalise the importance the city holds for Arabs and Christian Muslims, and stop playing with fire," said Abdullah.
    on Nov 9, 2009 By: King Abdullah II Source: AKI - Adnkronos International

  3. ...350 years of racism, racial conflict and racial domination, would require "an extraordinary visionary imagination from all our people, black and white, united in their diversity". "All of us would have to internalise the reality...
    on Feb 18, 2005 By: Thabo Mbeki Source: Independent Online

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