depersonalise


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Synonyms for depersonalise

make impersonal or present as an object

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TOO much personal clutter, family photographs and sentimental items can make it hard for buyers to visualise themselves living in the property, so if you're looking to sell, it's essential to depersonalise your home.
The British Medical Association has warned the plans will depersonalise care and the Tories have claimed up to 1,700 surgeries could be at risk, but Lord Darzi said there had been "confusion" about his plan.
However, remembering that it is the depressed behaviour that you and your partner have to cope with, not the person, may help to depersonalise the situation and allow you both to manage the behaviour better.
And I put on gloves when I touch a patient to depersonalise that touch.
In those days, standardised uniforms, hairstyles and even names helped to depersonalise them.