actualize

  • 1 Actualize — Ac tu*al*ize, v. t. To make actual; to realize in action. [R.] Coleridge. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2 actualize — index compose, consummate, embody, exemplify, forge (produce), implement, make, realize (make real) …

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  • 3 actualize — (v.) 1810, first attested in Coleridge, from ACTUAL (Cf. actual) + IZE (Cf. ize). Related: Actualized; actualizing …

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  • 4 actualize — (Amer.) ac·tu·a·lize || æktʃʊəlaɪz v. make real, make actual, realize, accomplish, fulfill (also actualise) …

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  • 5 actualize — *realize, embody, incarnate, externalize, objectify, materialize, hypostatize, reify …

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  • 6 actualize — [v] make real accomplish, bring about, engineer, produce, realize; concept 91 …

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  • 7 actualize — (also actualise) ► VERB ▪ make a reality of. DERIVATIVES actualization noun …

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  • 8 actualize — [ak′cho͞o əl īz΄, ak′sho͞oəl īz΄] vt. actualized, actualizing 1. to make actual or real; realize in action 2. to make realistic actualization n …

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  • 9 actualize — verb 1. make real or concrete; give reality or substance to our ideas must be substantiated into actions • Syn: ↑realize, ↑realise, ↑actualise, ↑substantiate • Derivationally related forms: ↑actualisation ( …

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  • 10 actualize — verb ( ized; izing) Date: 1701 transitive verb to make actual ; realize intransitive verb to become actual • actualization noun …

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  • 11 actualize — /ak chooh euh luyz /, v.t., actualized, actualizing. to make actual or real; turn into action or fact. Also, esp. Brit., actualise. [1800 10; ACTUAL + IZE] * * * …

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  • 12 actualize — verb a) To make real; to realize. b) To become actual or real …

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  • 13 actualize — I (Roget s IV) v. Syn. realize, bring about, make real, make good; see achieve 1 , complete 1 . II (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) v. make real, bring about, realize, effectualize, produce, engineer, accomplish, reach. III (Roget s Thesaurus II) verb… …

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  • 14 actualize — ac|tu|a|lize also actualise BrE [ˈækʃuəlaız] v [T] to make a plan or wish become true = ↑realize ▪ Mistakes are a necessary part of actualizing your vision. >actualization [ˌæktʃuəlaıˈzeıʃən US lə ] n [U] …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 15 actualize — v 1. realize, make real, make actual; embody, make concrete, personify, externalize, objectify, exteriorize. 2. make happen, cause, bring about, effect, effectuate, work out, engineer, produce; bring off, manage, Sl. pull off, Inf. put over, All… …

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  • 16 actualize — ac·tu·al·ize …

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  • 17 actualize — ac•tu•al•ize [[t]ˈæk tʃu əˌlaɪz[/t]] v. t. ized, iz•ing to make actual or real; turn into action or fact • Etymology: 1800–10 ac tu•al•i•za′tion, n …

    From formal English to slang

  • 18 self-actualize — intransitive verb Date: 1874 to realize fully one s potential • self actualization noun …

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  • 19 self-actualize — self actualizer, n. /self ak chooh euh luyz , self /, v.i., self actualized, self actualizing. to undergo self actualization. Also, esp. Brit., self actualise. * * * …

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  • 20 self-actualize — self ac·tu·al·ize also Brit self ac·tu·al·ise self ak ch(ə w)ə .līz vi, ized also Brit ised; iz·ing also Brit is·ing to realize fully one s potential self ac·tu·al·iza·tion also Brit self ac·tu·al·isa·tion .ak ch(ə w)ə lə zā shən n …

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