sanitise : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v make sanitary by cleaning or sterilizing
- v make less offensive or more acceptable by removing objectionable features
- Tendai Biti in International Herald Tribune
To be able to sanitise that grand robbery, that grand kleptocracy will never happen,Biti said in an interview broadcast on Wednesday.
- Kevin Sheedy in The Age
Don't sanitise the game totally, leave something there for a bit of spirit and fun between the crowd, the hecklers and the players, otherwise we're running out there and we're playing golf,Sheedy said. "Do you want to play golf at the...
- Irene Khan in guardian.co.uk
A new agenda is in the making, with the language of freedom and justice being used to pursue policies of fear and insecurity. This includes cynical attempts to redefine and sanitise torture,said Ms Khan.