Translation of individualize in Spanish:


individualizar, v.

Pronunciation /ˌɪndəˈvɪdʒ(u)əˌlaɪz/ /ɪndɪˈvɪdʒʊ(ə)lʌɪz/

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transitive verb

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    • From the moment Henry Ford I started mass producing cars, motorists began en masse to individualize their own particular vehicle.
    • In one way, by de-massifying society, and accentuating our differences, we help people individualise themselves.
    • ‘People who wear jewelry want to individualize themselves, to show who they are as a person,’ said Jones.
    • Variations such as stencilling have in recent years become a decorating staple as people search for ways to individualise their living or working space.
    • When attempts are made to individualize the characters, their personality quirks seem half-hearted and copied from any number of other war movies.
    • She wanted individualize herself; but going at it in such a generic matter ruined the exclusivity.
    • Sprinters are pretty individualised, and I didn't think I needed it.
    • Since everyone's hair is uniquely their own, the hair care systems that they select must also be individualized and personalized.
    • Most of the students wanted to use ‘funky’ colors so that each hand would be more individualized.