Characterisation



n.

chiefly British English spelling of characterization; for spelling, see -ize.

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  • Characterise

    to mark or distinguish as a characteristic; be a characteristic of: Rich metaphors characterize his poetry. to describe the character or individual quality of: He characterized her in a few well-chosen words. to attribute character to: to characterize him as a coward. verb (transitive) to be a characteristic of: loneliness characterized the place to distinguish […]

  • Characterised

    to mark or distinguish as a characteristic; be a characteristic of: Rich metaphors characterize his poetry. to describe the character or individual quality of: He characterized her in a few well-chosen words. to attribute character to: to characterize him as a coward. verb (transitive) to be a characteristic of: loneliness characterized the place to distinguish […]



  • Characterize

    to mark or distinguish as a characteristic; be a characteristic of: Rich metaphors characterize his poetry. to describe the character or individual quality of: He characterized her in a few well-chosen words. to attribute character to: to characterize him as a coward. verb (transitive) to be a characteristic of: loneliness characterized the place to distinguish […]

  • Characteristic

    Also, characteristical. pertaining to, constituting, or indicating the character or peculiar quality of a person or thing; typical; distinctive: Red and gold are the characteristic colors of autumn. a distinguishing feature or quality: Generosity is his chief characteristic. Mathematics. the integral part of a common logarithm. Compare mantissa. the exponent of 10 in a number […]



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