desensitize

[v] - cause not to be sensitive 2. [v] - make insensitive
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desensitize

desensitise verb make insensitive; `His military training desensitized him`
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desensitize

(de-sen┬┤sĭ-tīz) to deprive of sensation. to subject to desensitization.
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desensitize

desensitize To make insensible, to deaden or anesthetize.
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desensitize

Type: Term Pronunciation: dē-sen′si-tīz Definitions: 1. To reduce or remove any form of sensitivity. 2. To effect desensitization (1). 3. In dentistry, to eliminate or subdue the painful response of exposed, vital dentin to irritative agents or thermal changes.
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desensitize

cause to be less responsive to or affected by something
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desensitize

cause not to be sensitive
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