[ US /ˈækˌtʃuəˌɫaɪz/ ]
  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 actualize In A Sentence

  • Only when it is actualized through classroom activity can it have an effect on learning.
  • When either failure or success is picturized it strongly tends to actualize in terms equivalent to the mental image pictured. The Power of Positive Thinking
  • Designing choreography that could never be actualized by human beings.
  • You can be a creator in professional aspects to actualize original plans and ideas that bring success, satisfaction and appreciation today.
  • I want to actualize my potentiality to add to its color.
  • According to Chaplin, these baby-dog developers are so childish the only material they're capable of manifesting creatively is the "adolescent power fantasies" they can't actualize in reality. Kicking The Dog
  • We can actualize the highest level of liberation in this lifetime.
  • Many of us are no longer surprised at just about anything we read explaining the achievements of contemporary bioengineers; milestones are actualized with precipitous frequency.
  • To actualize BPR is a high - risk, high - income item.
  • So Heidegger agrees with Epicurus's premise three: 'Death, as possibility, gives Dasein nothing to be "actualized", nothing which Dasein, as actual, could itself be.' Archive 2007-02-01
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