socialise
British variant of socialize

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • socialising — socialise (Brit.) v. learn to relate to and interact with others; be sociable, interact with others; establish according to the principles of socialism; make socialist (institutes, governments, institutions etc.); prepare for social life (also… …   English contemporary dictionary

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