materialize


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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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He said there is consensus on national level in the state that whosoever wants to materialize his demands he should block the roads and broke the panes for this purpose.
Lucknow, Feb 20 (ANI): Samajwadi Party (SP) chief and former Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Mulayam Singh Yadav on Friday said a tie-up with the Congress is likely to materialize in days to come.
3 : to cause to take on a physical form <She claimed she could materialize the spirits of the dead.
Perhaps the only surprise is that his power didn't materialize sooner.
Should the deal materialize, Stratton's name will most likely be among those allowed through the logjam.
Insofar as early modern writers like Hill and Crompton reiterate the common fantasy that facial hair is bipolarly arranged (that "men are lone bearded" and "every female beardless doth remaine"), they can be said to participate in the ideological process whereby beards are made to materialize sexual difference.
Since no one can predict for sure what will happen to the economy, there is no guarantee that the surplus will materialize.
In particular, the large budget surpluses that are projected over the next fifteen years or so, if they are permitted to materialize, will significantly improve our fiscal and economic position as the baby boom starts to retire.
And while it's true that Ross Perot's "giant sucking sound" did not materialize, at least 150,000 American workers have been certified as having suffered NAFTA-related job losses.