[ US /ˈsoʊʃəˌɫaɪz/ ]
  1. train for a social environment
    The children must be properly socialized
  2. take part in social activities; interact with others
    The old man hates to socialize
    He never socializes with his colleagues
  3. prepare for social life
    Children have to be socialized in school
  4. make conform to socialist ideas and philosophies
    Health care should be socialized!
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How To Use socialize In A Sentence

  • As a socialized man, we need true riches to satisfy our physical and spiritual desires.
  • But now Essig is giving us another reason: buying food from local farmers and producers (presumably at a farmer's market) is a way to socialize and make connections.
  • Julia Grant socialized with robber barons and was vilified for her role in a gold-market scandal.
  • The things that makes people truly different is the way that we are socialised.
  • They live together, work together and socialize together. If you ask me, it can't be healthy to live in each other's pockets like that.
  • I also think it's tied up with people looking after themselves, wanting to socialise without always having to include alcohol. Times, Sunday Times
  • You see, a Bulgarian farmer had bought a prizewinning boar for breeding purposes, but discovered it would only socialise with other male pigs.
  • Indeed, profit is inconsistent with the point of such a programme which is to socialise losses that would otherwise cripple the financial sector and toss millions of people out of their homes.
  • I still socialise today with his cultural attaché. Times, Sunday Times
  • Equally important, the culture as a whole must socialize people into accepting self-imposed limits on their self-interested behavior.
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