individualised meaning

  "individualised" in a sentence
Adjective: individualised
Usage: Brit (=individualized)
  1. Made for or directed or adjusted to a particular individual
    - individualized, personalized, personalised [Brit]
Verb: individualise  `indu'vijoou`lIz
Usage: Brit (=individualize)
  1. Make or mark or treat as individual
    "The sounds were individualised by sharpness and tone"
    - individualize 
  2. Make personal or more personal
    - personalize, personalise [Brit], individualize

See also: individualisation [Brit], personal

Type of: alter, change, differentiate, distinguish, modify, secern, secernate, separate, severalise [Brit], severalize, tell, tell apart


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  1. to me consciousness is always focalised, centred, individualised, a person
  2. Types include both stock characters and those that are more fully individualised.
  3. The Employment Contracts Act was deliberately intended to individualise the employment relationship.
  4. Intellectually disabled and international students are supported by individualised from the staff.

Related Words

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  5. individualise meaning
  6. individualism meaning
  7. individualist meaning
  8. individualistic meaning
  9. individualistically meaning
  10. individuality meaning
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