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Synonyms for externalize

to represent (an abstraction, for example) in or as if in bodily form

Synonyms for externalize

make external or objective, or give reality to

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In general, the assessment of mode of anger expression may increase clinicians' awareness of potential risk factors for adolescents who are likely to internalize versus externalize their anger.
Esker, the leader in document process automation solutions, announced today that PARFIP LEASE, the European leader in finance industry security and new technology leasing, has selected Esker to automate and externalize the sending of over 100,000 documents each month - client invoices, collection letters, payment schedules, service set-up notification letters, marketing mail, etc.
StrikeIron IronCloud makes it easy for companies of all sizes to externalize and control the critical information they need to run their business.
My challenge in this research was first to externalize and examine my own feelings, values and opinions, and then to try and put them aside and listen in a compassionate and neutral manner to the voices of others.
Following a similar exposure, children who internalize behave differently from those who externalize (Keane & Kaloupek, 1997; Keane, Taylor, & Penk, 1997).
From alien abduction to possessions and spontaneous combustion, THE ORIGINS OF PSYCHIC PHENOMENA explores the unconscious mind's ability to externalize itself, processing real-world experiences and producing in turn often frightening manifestations.
Older children, adolescents, and adult clients might also benefit from the use of objects to help externalize the problem.
By delivering software and applications as services, IT can externalize fast-changing business requirements as metadata policies and contracts, while insulating its core IT services.
Delivering software and applications as services lets IT externalize fast-changing business requirements as metadata policies and contracts, while insulating its core IT services.
Conducting transactions faster" is a key driver for the trend to externalize the enterprise.