actualise

[ UK /ˈækt‍ʃuːəlˌa‍ɪz/ ]
VERB
  1. represent or describe realistically
  2. make real or concrete; give reality or substance to
    our ideas must be substantiated into actions
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How To Use actualise In A Sentence

  • I self-actualised in the sense that I love intellectualism, the thinking field.
  • I will like you to actualise that dream of becoming the chairperson or chairwoman and much more so. Beheaded
  • He would distinguish the various forms in which meaning may be actualised from the underlying structures on which meaning rests.
  • He's an opportunity for people to actualise fantasies of super competence, violence and exotic sex; and the 'conflicted' thing is nothing more than a sop to our more sophisticated 21st-century apprehension that the last thing we want people to think about us is that we're shallow or one-dimensional. MIND MELD: Who are the Most Memorable Characters in Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror?
  • Deleuze's ‘pure event’ subsists in language as infinitive verbs, to die, to diet, etc. and is actualised by a ‘conceptual personae’ as a ‘concept’.
  • You fulfill personal promises and actualise professional plans.
  • If a 'new' America can afford and support other countries to actualise the kind of hopes, dreams and opportunities it has just allowed itself, then it would have proven itself a credible leader of the 'free world' and its democracy one worthy of emulation. 'Dapo Oyewole: President-Elect Barack Obama: Expanding the Boundaries of Possibility
  • Veena abided by her son's decision to let the young girl actualise her potential and dream.
  • Nevertheless, as celestial revolutions are motions, albeit eternal ones, they include some component of potentiality, which is actualised in the motion, and hence this potential component is in need of an actuality as a mover. Aristotle's Natural Philosophy
  • Achievement - feeling of accomplishment/personal growth/opportunity to actualise potential
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