Definition of sensitization in English:

sensitization

noun

  • See sensitize

    • ‘Many experts, including Sharma, feel that one way to address this harsh reality is to begin gender sensitization at an early stage.’
    • ‘There is room for increased police action within the existing framework, increased responsiveness, greater resources at the command of the police and better sensitisation of the personnel.’
    • ‘It was the strength of the bond between the two that caused the persistent sensitisation brought on during allergy attacks.’
    • ‘They have to be part and parcel of the program of awareness and sensitization.’
    • ‘Diesel particulates increase the formation of the allergic antibody and can also increase sensitisation to commonly encountered allergens in the air.’

Pronunciation

sensitization

/sɛnsɪtʌɪˈzeɪʃ(ə)n/