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Definition of "polarisation" [polarisation]

  • Alternative spelling of polarization. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "polarisation" in a sentence
  • "Though, I imagine it might necessary to contextualise that – ie what polarisation is occurring that’s resulted in increased violence against trans people .."
  • "The polarisation is by no means total: Oxford’s alumni include the reformer John Wyclif and the father of economics Adam Smith, while ours include the Prime Minister Charles Grey, who abolished slavery and passed the Great Reform Bill."
  • "They go to Macedonia, kill a few cops, the Macedonian police reacts and before you know it you have a polarisation were the Albanians are like one man behind separatist demands."