externalize


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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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Mapping the influences is a questioning process aimed at helping clients identify and increase the experience of the problem's effects and thereby help to further externalize the problem (M.
She must be willing to externalize and critique her intuitive understandings and to write down and study these reflections throughout the course of a research project.
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.
Mobile Complete gives them the option to externalize management," continued Syed, "so they no longer have to worry about logistics, space, or any other issues.
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.
Time Navigator OCM enables Factofrance to automatically externalize its backup tapes.
Once the MLM organizations have themselves mastered VoIP for internal use, and have literally saved hundreds of thousands of dollars in addition to having experienced a skyrocketing in communication productivity, our clients will externalize the service and produce a product to distribute down to their respective networks and down lines.