Recent Examples of empathize from the Web
And the need to empathize and communicate with others became more important.
Lonergan's gift for empathizing with characters while clearly seeing their flaws fills every scene with rich, unsentimental emotion.
And, more and more, weary onlookers in Washington — including his own staff — can't be blamed for empathizing with the harried Sancho.
The events get so absurd, a viewer can’t help but empathize with Paper Boi, who literally just has a simple desire to get a fresh cut.
But what really struck me was how much Young seemed to care about and empathize with Randle.
Be more compassionate people because of it; empathize with those who suffer in their own ways.
But more than that, a big part of the training was learning how to empathize with cat owners and recognize the importance of their concerns.
According to Olivia Goldhill of Quartz, the team looked at 10 million genetic variants and concluded that genetic factors can explain around 10 percent of differences in our ability to empathize.
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EMPATHIZE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of empathize for English Language Learners
: to have the same feelings as another person : to feel empathy for someone
EMPATHIZE Defined for Kids
Definition of empathize for Students
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