immortalise


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Related to immortalise: detract from, intermingled, protruded

immortalise


Past participle: immortalised
Gerund: immortalising

Imperative
immortalise
immortalise
Present
I immortalise
you immortalise
he/she/it immortalises
we immortalise
you immortalise
they immortalise
Preterite
I immortalised
you immortalised
he/she/it immortalised
we immortalised
you immortalised
they immortalised
Present Continuous
I am immortalising
you are immortalising
he/she/it is immortalising
we are immortalising
you are immortalising
they are immortalising
Present Perfect
I have immortalised
you have immortalised
he/she/it has immortalised
we have immortalised
you have immortalised
they have immortalised
Past Continuous
I was immortalising
you were immortalising
he/she/it was immortalising
we were immortalising
you were immortalising
they were immortalising
Past Perfect
I had immortalised
you had immortalised
he/she/it had immortalised
we had immortalised
you had immortalised
they had immortalised
Future
I will immortalise
you will immortalise
he/she/it will immortalise
we will immortalise
you will immortalise
they will immortalise
Future Perfect
I will have immortalised
you will have immortalised
he/she/it will have immortalised
we will have immortalised
you will have immortalised
they will have immortalised
Future Continuous
I will be immortalising
you will be immortalising
he/she/it will be immortalising
we will be immortalising
you will be immortalising
they will be immortalising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been immortalising
you have been immortalising
he/she/it has been immortalising
we have been immortalising
you have been immortalising
they have been immortalising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been immortalising
you will have been immortalising
he/she/it will have been immortalising
we will have been immortalising
you will have been immortalising
they will have been immortalising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been immortalising
you had been immortalising
he/she/it had been immortalising
we had been immortalising
you had been immortalising
they had been immortalising
Conditional
I would immortalise
you would immortalise
he/she/it would immortalise
we would immortalise
you would immortalise
they would immortalise
Past Conditional
I would have immortalised
you would have immortalised
he/she/it would have immortalised
we would have immortalised
you would have immortalised
they would have immortalised
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.immortalise - be or provide a memorial to a person or an eventimmortalise - be or provide a memorial to a person or an event; "This sculpture commemorates the victims of the concentration camps"; "We memorialized the Dead"
remind - put in the mind of someone; "Remind me to call Mother"
monumentalise, monumentalize - record or memorialize lastingly with a monument
2.immortalise - make famous forever; "This melody immortalized its composer"
alter, change, modify - cause to change; make different; cause a transformation; "The advent of the automobile may have altered the growth pattern of the city"; "The discussion has changed my thinking about the issue"
Translations
يُخَلِّد
ikuistaakuolematontehdä
gera ódauîlegan

immortal

(iˈmoːtl) adjective
living for ever and never dying. A person's soul is said to be immortal; the immortal works of Shakespeare.
ˌimmorˈtality (-ˈtӕ-) noun
imˈmortalize, imˈmortalise verb
to make (a person etc) famous for ever. He wrote a song immortalizing the battle.
References in classic literature ?
He loved deeply, he was hated; he adored, he was scorned; he wooed a wild beast, he pleaded with marble, he pursued the wind, he cried to the wilderness, he served ingratitude, and for reward was made the prey of death in the mid-course of life, cut short by a shepherdess whom he sought to immortalise in the memory of man, as these papers which you see could fully prove, had he not commanded me to consign them to the fire after having consigned his body to the earth.
This work of art was executed at the natural height at which an idle fellow, be he Phoenician workman or British cad, is in the habit of trying to immortalise himself at the expense of nature's masterpieces, namely, about five feet from the ground.
Some extraordinary and wonderful phenomenon of nature, which no philosopher had ever seen before; something which it had been reserved for him alone to discover, and which he should immortalise his name by chronicling for the benefit of posterity.
For, alas, everything is transient and the snowman will melt soon so I'll immortalise him with camera before the poor fellow meets his doom.