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to make real or actual

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make real or concrete

represent or describe realistically

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'He left a legacy that we must actualize. It is a dream that we must actualize though we believe in none violence.
Actualize Consulting's mission is to be an industry leader in the management and automation of financial functions and corporate financial events.
The other point of this cell is to actualize instrument on SDGs among every one of the territories, keeping contact with different services/divisions, making awareness about the SDGs.
Signatories will also be invited to attend regional summits, where they will learn more about the cutting edge of personalized digital learning, how to implement the technical infrastructure to support it, and how to access millions of dollars in funding to help actualize the commitments outlined in the Future Ready pledge.
Owen, at sixteen, decides that he's going to start a printing press to actualize his dreams of comic book greatness despite outside resistance.
Clients receiving methadone maintenance therapy may begin to actualize change by learning positive strategies to advocate for adjustments in other types of treatments, all in efforts to increase their mental health and overall stability.
She apprised the House that in case of officers, the actualization of promotion is subject to availability of posts in higher grade in Missions abroad while in case of the officers, it sometimes takes them years to actualize their promotion.
We all have our strengths and weaknesses; we need to understand how to utilize our strengths and work through our limitations so that we may actualize our business goals.
The realm of the virtual is rich terrain (far richer than the realm of the actual) because there exists an ever-present potential for something to actualize in creative and unexpected ways.
In addition, recognizing that the corporate managers needed a range of external resources, services and options to facilitate and actualize their disposition decisions, after a few years of operation the association opened up its membership to representatives from the services and specialty business areas that typically would be involved in surplus asset disposition.
In addition, recognizing that the corporate managers needed a range of external resources, services and options to facilitate and actualize their disposition decisions, after a few years of operation, the association opened up its membership and invited members from services and specialty business areas that typically would be involved in surplus asset disposition.
Since we couldn't find exactly what we were looking for, we took it upon ourselves to help actualize it.
The fundamental task of the family, he declares, is "to serve life, to actualize in history the original blessing of the Creator--that of transmitting by procreation the divine image from person to person." Commenting on the teaching on birth regulation set out in Humanae vitae, he invited theologians to commit themselves to the task of illustrating the biblical foundations, the ethical grounds, and the personalistic reasons behind this doctrine.