Translation of socialize in Spanish:


socializar, v.

Pronunciation: /ˈsəʊʃəlʌɪz//ˈsoʊʃəˌlaɪz/

transitive verb

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    • The things that makes people truly different is the way that we are socialised.
    • As a group we are fairly imaginative and aware, and this, combined with the fact that we are socialised to enjoy humour, means that we are able to see and seek out the funny aspects of things that are not always obvious.
    • From infancy, children are socialized toward family and communal participation.
    • As social institutions charged with the task of preparing and socializing young people for adult roles, schools generally reflect many of the characteristics of the society in which they are located.
    • Raised in politics, in my household as common as bread on the table, I was socialized in the angst of elections and the agony of defeat.
    • Secondary socialization still had an impact, but I now had the freedom to choose more of the activities that I participated in and I was more aware of how people were socializing me.
    • Education can only be sound if children are socialized into valuing and building themselves and their community.
    • Schools are instrumental in socialising young people with the concept of social cohesion - of valuing their fellow citizens regardless of their race, language or religion.
    • As with churches, the professions, and the military, students are socialized into a culture and are expected to master its standards of excellence and ethics.
    • Cultures and subcultures can be viewed as repositories of widely shared values and customs into which people are socialized so that they can function as good citizens or as full participants.
    • I was socialized not to see the discrepancies, but to accept them.
    • Our social groups effectively socialize us to see particular dress and hair styles, modes of demeanour and address, accents and vocabularies as being more attractive than others.
    • I can still vividly recall how I was socialised into this perception of referees as being one of the major determinants of a rugby match's outcome.
    • We are all socialized by our environment and social class rather than our dreams and hopes.
    • In so far as the particular Zen follower is adequately socialized into the given group, he cannot but see the Master as expressing the Mind of the Buddha.
    • This place had a treehouse, acres of green space with a creek to poke around in, and constant supportive attention from neighbours who believed that a whole village is needed to properly raise and socialise a child.
    • The empathy gained by fasting is meant to socialise people into giving alms to the poor which is considered to be the very basis of sociality.
    • Equally important, the culture as a whole must socialize people into accepting self-imposed limits on their self-interested behavior.
    • However, another area of research that may inform our understanding of these issues investigates the different ways that society and parents go about socializing girls and boys.
    • Girls and boys are socialized into conventional gender roles early, through differences in dress and through limitations or direct instruction in appropriate play activities.
  • 2US

    socialized medicine medicina social feminine
    • In the public sphere, the costs created can be socialized across the entire economy.
    • Already the great bulk of the productive forces, those that dominate the economy, have been socialised.
    • The argument, in brief, is that if all the means of production are socialized, which socialism required, then there would be no prices to guide producers in deciding what to produce or how to produce.
    • In 1899 Eduard Bernstein dismissed class struggle because of the growing middle class, socialized welfare reforms, liberalization, and so on.
    • In the words of an economic analyst: ‘Profits are to remain in private hands, while corporate debts are to be socialized and paid for through taxation.’
    • It may be impossible to equalize productive resources in modern economies except through socializing ownership.
    • Since everyone had equal access to health care under Britain's universal, socialized system, the study suggested that one's socioeconomic status is a key determinant of health.
    • It is the Government's intention to nationalise or socialise the health sector, and we are seeing it with the primary health organisations.
    • Everybody, and I mean everybody, has some economic incentive to socialize health care cost.
    • Why would people bother looking for oil, when a socialist Government would socialise the advantages that they gained from their efforts in drilling for oil?
    • In this society, we have largely socialized the cost of aging through programs like Social Security and Medicare.
    • We believe that these evils can be removed only in a planned and socialized economy in which our natural resources and the principal means of production and distribution are owned, controlled and operated by the people.
    • Because longevity is growing faster than the retirement age, it socializes an ever-increasing share of our economy.
    • Forget about the transition economies, where changes have been dramatic, even the traditional Western European democracies now have smaller socialized sectors than they did a decade or two ago.

intransitive verb

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    (at party) circular
    (chat) charlar US
    they don't socialize much no hacen mucha vida social
    • he doesn't socialize with his employees no tiene trato social con sus empleados