characterisation


characterisation
characterisation (n.) British English spelling of CHARACTERIZATION (Cf. characterization); for spelling, see -IZE (Cf. -ize).

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  • characterisation — char|ac|ter|i|sa|tion [ ,kerəktərı zeıʃn ] a British spelling of characterization …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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  • characterisation — /ˌkærəktəraɪˈzeɪʃən/ (say .karuhktuhruy zayshuhn) noun 1. portrayal; description. 2. the act of characterising. 3. the creation of fictitious characters. Also, characterization …   Australian English dictionary

  • characterisation — noun 1. a graphic or vivid verbal description too often the narrative was interrupted by long word pictures the author gives a depressing picture of life in Poland the pamphlet contained brief characterizations of famous Vermonters • Syn: ↑word… …   Useful english dictionary

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