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verb as in put in a specific context

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What we have also learned is that the real need for learners is contextualized help directly in the experience of their actual learning environment.

This image is a so-called cheapfake, a piece of media that has been crudely manipulated, edited, mislabeled, or improperly contextualized in order to spread disinformation.

The high-level detail of the images provided by such a system can typically capture a great level of detail at longer distances, which can assist in contextualizing events and paint a clearer picture of driver accountability.

Finally, in the Rabbit Hole, Neil takes an even deeper dive into the Broncos’ woes and contextualizes just how bad they were playing without a QB.

They don’t offer a contextualizing narrative that explains where concepts come from, instead letting the ideas speak for themselves.

Everyone had started reaching for cultural references to contextualize what was going on.

It is also important to contextualize how many cases of autism could be accounted for if a causal link to SSRI proved true.

It also helps to contextualize the painful criticisms Walker experienced throughout her life as a truth-teller.

Or at least being called upon to contextualize and explain outlandish remarks made by some in the Republican Party.

An opportunity to completely de-contextualize the decades-long war between Israel and the Palestinian people via sympathy note.

This approach permits us to conceptualize as well as contextualize the knowledge of nursing the story tells.


On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to contextualize, such as: inspect, investigate, parse, ponder, review, and scrutinize.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.