Meaning of POLARIZE in English

POLARIZE

verb

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

The community has been polarized by the police brutality case.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

A second election was held and a new Duma convened in 1907, but it was even more polarized than its predecessor.

And the argument over Manchester polarized the two ends of the company.

During my public career, everything I did polarized people, was controversial.

Evangelism and social action are polarized instead of being integrated as a united mission agenda for the Church.

In all likelihood, the racially polarized vote will reinforce Mississippi's negative image far beyond its borders.

It may appear that male and female students are polarized on the basis of biology.

Player salaries are similarly being polarized.

The masculine and feminine positions delineated here are related to polarized versions of the two self-strategies described in previous chapters.

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