Translation of externalize in Spanish:

externalize

Pronunciation: /ekˈstɜːrnlaɪz; ɪkˈstɜːnəlaɪz/

vt

  • 1 [problem/symptom] exteriorizar*
    More example sentences
    • Indonesians are trained to cope with stressful interpersonal situations in an entirely different way to Westerners, who, for the most part, are encouraged to externalize their thoughts, opinions, or frustrations.
    • Women think of suicide more than men as women suffer more from depression but women are more likely to externalise their emotions than men.
    • Gould and Shatzy share a talent for telling stories, another coping mechanism for externalizing their fears.

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