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Emotional ChargePlay
When 'polarize' is used, it suggests strong emotions and possible conflict between groups. SlideThe politician's speech helped to polarize public opinion even further.
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Not Always NegativePlay
'Polarize' can be neutral, referring to the emergence of clear, distinct positions. SlideHer innovative proposal served to polarize the committee into proponents and skeptics.
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Active ProcessPlay
The verb 'polarize' involves active division, often influenced by an event or person. SlideThe debate last night seemed to polarize voters even more.