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Definition of 'patronizing'. patronizing. If someone is patronizing, they speak or behave toward you in a way that seems friendly, but that shows that they think they are superior to you. The tone of the interview was unnecessarily patronizing.What is tone of voice?
The tone of voice in communication is defined as ‘the way a person speaks to someone’. It is how you use your voice to get your point across. If you don’t do it right, there is a risk of your point getting lost or misinterpreted. An optimistic and positive tone of voice is always welcome.What does it mean to be condescending in tone of voice?
When people use this word, they often think of it as a type of rude behavior where someone is looking down on another person. To be condescending in tone of voice is to speak or act as though one knows more than the person they are speaking to.What is the difference between patronizing and condescending?
Patronizing means to treat someone in a superior manner, usually with pity. Condescending means to look down on someone or speak about them as if they are less intelligent than you. You can see examples of this from when parents speak in a condescending tone to their children or when teachers talk down to students who have not done well on an exam.