American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- v. To realize in action or make real: "More flexible life patterns could . . . nurture and renew our spirits through opportunities to actualize personal dreams” ( Fred Best).
- v. To describe or portray realistically.
- v. To become actual.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To make actual. Also spelled actualise.
- v. transitive To make real; to realize.
- v. intransitive To become actual or real.
- v. reflexive To realize one's full potential.
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. rare To make actual; to realize in action.
- v. represent or describe realistically
- v. make real or concrete; give reality or substance to
“When you start including algae rich in omega 3 and certain types of vitamin E that only benefit the fish but also embedded the flesh and are actualize, what we call actualize the consumers which means when you eat the fish, you benefit from more omega 3 or vitamin E.”
“It is a problem common to all of the West: here the Church must again actualize, make concrete, open to the future its great heritage.”
“Following Aquinas, many participants in the debate urged that essence and existence are related to each other as potency and act, so that existence can be said to "actualize" essence.”
“In a few short years Civic Bangladesh, seeking to actualize the principles of Bangladesh's 1971 constitution liberty, dignity, and justice, has established chapters of what is called the "Dignity Forum" in every district in the country.”
“It is a super sort whichever way you countenance at it, and resistless to actualize how some grouping is populating the globe of Azeroth where the mettlesome of Warcraft takes place.”
“I am not suspicious of his intentions and am certainly not bothered if his activism is an effort to actualize Christian prophecy.”
“I started to think about what would be needed to actualize the ideas (and ideals) I was promoting; for better or worse, this is what came out.”
“Given that I fully believe we fully actualize a good chunk of our own reality, I think holding onto beliefs derived from personal observation is rather valid.”
“The concern that all of us who inhabit this Island share is that we will find we are a nation bereft; a nation where the programs, and the euphemisms of "to perfect" or "to actualize" the system, cannot explain clearly where we are going, although everyone knows by heart the meticulous description of the Utopia that we could never reach.”
“There are about to means to accept your own section of custom adornment produced if you wish to actualize one and the aboriginal way is to go to a jeweler that makes custom adornment and accept them aftermath it to your specifications.”
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