Definition of verbalization in US English:


(British verbalisation)


  • See verbalize

    • ‘The values expressed in parental behavior and verbalizations are an important contribution to prosocial behavior.’
    • ‘He also made use of verbalizations such as: ‘Thousands of our countrymen and women…’ and ‘We round a new class of heroes…’’
    • ‘This results in greater verbalisation, and thus children become fluent in a language much sooner than adults.’
    • ‘Indeed, verbalization is not just the expression of inner thoughts and ideas.’
    • ‘Boys made more positive verbalizations about the game than girls.’