individuate

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English[edit]

Verb[edit]

individuate (third-person singular simple present individuates, present participle individuating, simple past and past participle individuated)

  1. To make, or cause to appear, individual.
    • 1988 December 16, Jonathan Rosenbaum, “A Perversion of the Past”:
      [] Mississippi Burning opts for an endless spectacle of fires and beatings instead, taking care not to individuate too many of the black victims for fear of alienating "our society" [] .
    • 2007 - Duncan Campbell quoting Joseph Campbell – “He said all myths have the purpose of creating a context of meaning in which the individual learns how to grow up and become a mature individual, an individuate [1]

Derived terms[edit]

Adjective[edit]

individuate (comparative more individuate, superlative most individuate)

  1. undivided

Italian[edit]

Verb[edit]

individuate f

  1. plural form of individuato

Adjective[edit]

individuate f

  1. plural form of individuato

Verb[edit]

individuate

  1. Second person plural present tense and imperative of individuare