Translation of humanize in Spanish:


humanizar, v.

Pronunciation /ˈ(h)juməˌnaɪz//ˈhjuːmənʌɪz/

transitive verb

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    • Many of us have been persuaded that cooperating with power is the only way to progressively enlighten and humanise power.
    • He campaigned to make public schools free, broaden education for women, and humanize the treatment of mental patients.
    • But modern humanity did not understand the civilizing and humanizing mission of higher learning.
    • Indeed, such unofficial communication between hostile nations tends to humanize the enemy and improve the prospects for peace and cooperation.