concretize

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Synonyms for concretize

make something concrete

become specific

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Paraphrasing another notion of Merleau-Ponty's: architecture concretizes and frames human existence in the 'flesh of the world'.
This architecture does not struggle against time, it concretizes the course of time and makes it acceptable.
Theresa Veccia's essay, inadvertently we may assume, then concretizes some of Weinstein's evidence by relating examples of gendered interpretations of these new social forces.
First, Wilson's use of language concretizes on stage the richness of what Henry Louis Gates, Jr.
I try to concretize the values of the black American and place them on stage in loud action to demonstrate the existence of the above "field of manners" and point to some avenues of sustenance.