Traducción de compartmentalize en Español:


compartimentar, v.

Pronunciación /kəmˌpɑrtˈmɛn(t)lˌaɪz//kɒmpɑːtˈmɛnt(ə)lʌɪz/

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    • I further suggest that the human capacity to compartmentalize categories of thinking is sufficiently great as to permit simultaneous belief in assertions that are contradictory.
    • I've heard plenty of folks talk about compartmentalizing their lives - that work has a place, and home has a place, and love has a place, and that in order to function, they need to keep all of these things separate.
    • They keep these worlds separate and tend to compartmentalize any dissonance they might feel.
    • Washington had no talent for compartmentalizing the separate parts of his life.
    • All of that would have been compartmentalized and forgotten had he won, of course.
    • And so is she, although obviously, being a woman she is able to compartmentalize this sort of thing better.
    • In addition, this method of inquiry asks community members to separate or compartmentalize specific components of their environment.
    • We seem to have the mental ability to compartmentalise issues and problems when it suits us.
    • Maybe it speaks to my ability to hide my feelings/thoughts/past, or maybe it speaks to my ability to compartmentalize my thoughts/feelings/past, or maybe it's just a part of moving on and moving apart.
    • Sustainable farming practices allow the natural integration of farming, wildlife, conservation and society whereas currently conventional thinking attempts to compartmentalise these as separate concerns.
    • So adept was I at burying my real feelings and compartmentalizing myself that I eventually had myself convinced I enjoyed it.
    • Admittedly this compartmentalizes him too much.
    • I am compartmentalizing them into sections, and setting them up for reuse.
    • He had long before developed an ability to compartmentalise his life.
    • So if these are important spies, you need separate teams of spymasters and supporting crews that are compartmentalized.
    • This will allow you to fully compartmentalize your chest into upper and lower sections and to focus more intensely on each area.
    • That's not about knowledge of cold, hard facts - that's about a modest analytical ability to compartmentalise unassociated information.
    • You can deter it, you can limit the effectiveness of it by compartmentalizing information, but if you overdo that, then you can't really run your organization very effectively.
    • As such, strategies that tend to compartmentalize individuals into arbitrary categories are not likely to be effective.
    • He compartmentalizes the disparate aspects of his life and shifts gears between them on the spot, rarely looking back.