depersonalize definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To deprive of individual character or a sense of individual identification: a sizable organization that depersonalizes its employees.
    • To render impersonal: depersonalize an interview.
    • To deprive of individual character or a feeling of personal identity: a large organization that depersonalizes its workers.
    • To render impersonal: depersonalize a job interview.
  • verb:
    • to eliminate a feeling of individual identity or individual character from anything
    • presenting anything as an impersonal item
    • To experience an episode of depersonalization
    • make impersonal or current as an object
    • to get rid of a sense of individual identification or individual character from one thing
    • presenting some thing as an impersonal object
    • To endure an episode of depersonalization
    • make impersonal or current as an object
  • others:
    • To respect as maybe not individually private; remove the notion of character or of individuality from, as by ascribing a-work, such as the Iliad or the Odyssey, to many authors or authors, in the place of to one journalist or writer. Additionally spelled depersonalise.
    • To consider as maybe not individually personal; remove the notion of character or of individuality from, as by ascribing a work, like Iliad or even the Odyssey, to many writers or authors, in place of to a single publisher or author. Also spelled depersonalise.

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