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“Internalized” or “Internalised”

Language

Internalized and internalised are both English terms.

Usage

Internalized is predominantly used in 🇺🇸 American (US) English (en-US) while internalised is predominantly used in 🇬🇧 British English (used in UK/AU/NZ) (en-GB).

In terms of actual appearance and usage, here's a breakdown by country, with usage level out of 100 (if available) 👇:

Term US UK India Philippines Canada Australia Liberia Ireland New Zealand Jamaica Trinidad & Tobago Guyana
internalized 99 29 61 97 97 34 0 31 39 0 0 0
internalised 1 71 39 3 3 66 0 69 61 0 0 0

  • In the United States, there is a preference for "internalized" over "internalised" (99 to 1).
  • In the United Kingdom, there is a 71 to 29 preference for "internalised" over "internalized".
  • In India, there is a preference for "internalized" over "internalised" (61 to 39).
  • In the Philippines, there is a preference for "internalized" over "internalised" (97 to 3).
  • In Canada, there is a preference for "internalized" over "internalised" (97 to 3).
  • In Australia, there is a 66 to 34 preference for "internalised" over "internalized".
  • In Liberia, there is not enough data to determine a preference between "internalized" and "internalised".
  • In Ireland, there is a 69 to 31 preference for "internalised" over "internalized".
  • In New Zealand, there is a 61 to 39 preference for "internalised" over "internalized".
  • In Jamaica, there is not enough data to determine a preference between "internalized" and "internalised".
  • In Trinidad & Tobago, there is not enough data to determine a preference between "internalized" and "internalised".
  • In Guyana, there is not enough data to determine a preference between "internalized" and "internalised".
Examples

Below, we provide some examples of when to use internalized or internalised with sample sentences.

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Examples in Context

Examples of “internalized”

  • and growth that they have internalized".
  • in this setting will be internalized, allowing one to achieve self-acceptance,
  • their egos, and that women internalized their subordination by diminishing their
  • Unlike amphibians with internalized gills which typically rely on
  • time, this social rejection is internalized into self-rejection, where one experiences
  • gender status but also the 'internalized consciousness' of the female.
  • Their son, Josh, had exhibited internalized weather-controlling abilities and Mardon wanted
  • it [...] a cognitive structure internalized by the native speaker".
  • social interaction, and later becomes internalized as inner (nonvocal) speech, a
  • delineate the growth of the internalized object relations units, some of

Examples of “internalised”

  • Hasidic philosophy internalised the abstract theological system of
  • their child's achievements can be internalised as an alien discordant source
  • Judaism in the 18th century internalised the esoteric, transcendent emanations of
  • myeloma plasma cells to be internalised and degraded.
  • He had internalised the Turkish language as rarely
  • cancer cells, the ADC is internalised, the linkage is broken and
  • teacher and her students are internalised to make a relevant and
  • shrouding – the artist has internalised this fundamental potential of painting
  • of the mandala becomes fully internalised in even the minutest detail
  • French soldiers and mutineers had internalised the main tenets of Republican


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