depersonalise : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v make impersonal or present as an object
- Troy Cooley in Sydney Morning Herald
You don't really do it intentionally, but you do depersonalise batsmen, especially when you're coming up against a batting line-up like India,Cooley said. "You look at the man and his weaknesses, and you look to exploit those. You can't...
- Michael Winterbottom in Sydney Morning Herald
One of the techniques the Americans have used is to depersonalise the people there,Winterbottom says. "We saw images from Guantanamo but it was always guys identically dressed in orange jumpsuits in the desert somewhere. You never really...