pragmatize


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pragmatize

(ˈpræɡməˌtaɪz) or

pragmatise

vb
1. (intr) to act or view matters pragmatically
2. (tr) to make (something) pragmatic or interpret (something) in a pragmatic way
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It represents an attempt to pragmatize the communicative situation through critical systemic questioning of assumptions and boundary judgements (Midgley, 2000).
31) Even so, they still manage to pragmatize Heidegger.
But as the scene ends, Falstaff pragmatizes that his questionable service in the battle will compensate substantively for the similarly material evidence of his dissolute living emblematized by the visibly pregnant Doll and carried into his presence during the scene by the Page: "Me pension will seem the more reasonable.