What is another word for socialise?
[ sˈə͡ʊʃə͡lˌa͡ɪz], [ sˈəʊʃəlˌaɪz], [ s_ˈəʊ_ʃ_əl_ˌaɪ_z]
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Synonyms for Socialise:
n.• Other relevant words: (noun)
v.• change (verb)
Other synonyms:• Other relevant words (noun):
- get together,
- go straight,
- improve upon,
- straighten out,
- bring forward,
- get out,
How to use "Socialise" in context?
What does this word mean?
socialise means to spend time with other people. It is usually used to describe activities such as going to a party, meeting new people, or watching a film with friends. Socialising can be fun and make us feel good, but it can also be useful in developing relationships and improving our skills.
Homophones for Socialise:
- scoliosis, souslik, Sao Louis, shoelace, sills, sociology, shillelagh, scallywag, sea slug, syllogize, shlock, sales, sexless, scaleless, selachii, saxicolous, silesia, shoeless, silky oak, solace, sluiceway, slake, silex, scalic, soliloquise, skywalk, seychellois, slick, siliqua, saw log, soulless, seychelles, Seljuk, shellac, sulky, slezsko, shigellosis, scale wax, shellack, silks, scalelike, sulk, salix, soul kiss, saw-like, sulcus, shylock, saw logs, Seleucus I, sls, Sauce Louis, shoe lace, sloughy, salish, sillago, silage, shellac wax, slacks, slask, sexualize, salsa, silk, silicious, saclike, skulk, slug, slushy, slews, syllogise, silica, slush, slouchy, silicosis, sialis, Siskiyou Lewisia, slice, silky, sexualise, sea louse, slough, scalawag, soliloquize, squalus, scalage, socialize, sacculus, schoolhouse, sleigh, slack, salk, soliloquy, siliceous, suslik, squelch, shell-less, slouch, soleus, slash, sclk, sulawesi, schlock, soleless, suchlike, slosh, suillus, slag, sluice, sleek, salicaceae, slowcoach, sash lock, sleaze, shell shock, schulz, silk oak, seleucus, silique, salacious, sleazy, shekels, seles, sluggish, slog, saluki.
Hypernym for Socialise:
fraternise, entertain, hobnob, get around, swing, fraternize.
Hyponym for Socialise:
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