Definition of critisize
1. criticize [ v ] find fault with; express criticism of; point out real or perceived flaws
Examples: "The paper criticized the new movie" "Don't knock the food--it's free"
(Raymond J. Corsini et al., Roleplaying in Business...)
Entirely concerned with efficiency , he was merciless in criticizing people who made mistakes , condemning them to too great an extent .
He was criticized for his curtness and abruptness - and he answered : `` I am not working to become popular '' .
On being criticized for his arbitrary behavior - he answered : `` I have to make decisions .
To prevent the manager from deliberately controlling himself only during the sessions , they were rather lengthy ( about twenty minutes ) , the situations were imperfectly described to the manager so that he would not know what to expect , new antagonists were brought on the scene unexpectedly , and the antagonists were instructed to deliberately behave in such ways as to upset the manager and get him to operate in a manner for which he had been previously criticized .Synonyms criticize criticise knock pick_apart Related Terms praise comment denounce blame attack rebuke reprimand deplore belabor disparage come_down admonish nitpick reprehend savage criticism critic critic judge
2. criticize [ v ] act as a critic
Examples: "Those who criticize others often are not perfect, either"
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