Humanize meaning

hyo͝omə-nīz
To portray or endow with human characteristics or attributes; make human.

Humanized the puppets with great skill.

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To imbue with humaneness or human kindness; civilize.

Acts of courtesy that humanize life in a big city.

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To make human; give a human nature or character to.
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To make humane; make kind, merciful, considerate, etc.; civilize; refine.
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To become human or humane.
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To modify a nonhuman compound, cell, organ, or organism such that some of its components are replaced with human forms of those components, usually by means of genetic engineering.
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To replace most of the variable region of a monoclonal antibody from a nonhuman source with a human sequence of amino acids so that the resulting antibody is more compatible with the human immune system.
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To make human, to give or cause to have the fundamental properties of a human.
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(medicine) To convert into something human or belonging to humans.

To humanize vaccine lymph.

Humanized monoclonal antibodies.

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Origin of humanize

  • human +‎ -ize

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