materialize


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Synonyms for materialize

Synonyms for materialize

to make real or actual

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

to come into view

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These passages from Sidney and Shakespeare clearly indicate that facial hair did not unequivocally materialize differences between boys and men.
While the Administration's rationale for these transfers is to ensure that the surpluses actually materialize, the transfer of general revenues represents a major shift from past practice, under which social security has been financed almost entirely from dedicated payroll taxes.
We don't hire a lot of people but we'd like the opportunity to hire a shining star and that chance didn't materialize.
The Euro has advanced considerably against the US Dollar since setting a swing bottom on 04/20, but technical positioning suggests a reversal may materialize in the days ahead as prices approach critical resistance.
He can make tens of millions of dollars materialize out of thin air
But much hard work remains to be done to ensure that the projected surpluses actually materialize and that we remain on track to address our longer-run fiscal and demographic challenges.
Lit by four overhanging lamps, each set in a corner of a central square space with cords that permit the dancers to turn them off or on at will, it is an emotionally gripping portrait of potential communication that fails to materialize.