thematise

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From the stem of Ancient Greek θέμα (théma, theme) + -ise.

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thematise (third-person singular simple present thematises, present participle thematising, simple past and past participle thematised)

  1. (linguistics) Convert a sentence or a part of it into a theme; modify a verb form by adding a thematic vowel.
  2. Make thematic; organize in themes.
  3. Bring attention to a topic, e.g. by discussing it constructively.

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