substantialize

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substantialize

(səbˈstænʃəˌlaɪz) or

substantialise

vb
to make or become substantial or actual

substantialize


Past participle: substantialized
Gerund: substantializing

Imperative
substantialize
substantialize
Present
I substantialize
you substantialize
he/she/it substantializes
we substantialize
you substantialize
they substantialize
Preterite
I substantialized
you substantialized
he/she/it substantialized
we substantialized
you substantialized
they substantialized
Present Continuous
I am substantializing
you are substantializing
he/she/it is substantializing
we are substantializing
you are substantializing
they are substantializing
Present Perfect
I have substantialized
you have substantialized
he/she/it has substantialized
we have substantialized
you have substantialized
they have substantialized
Past Continuous
I was substantializing
you were substantializing
he/she/it was substantializing
we were substantializing
you were substantializing
they were substantializing
Past Perfect
I had substantialized
you had substantialized
he/she/it had substantialized
we had substantialized
you had substantialized
they had substantialized
Future
I will substantialize
you will substantialize
he/she/it will substantialize
we will substantialize
you will substantialize
they will substantialize
Future Perfect
I will have substantialized
you will have substantialized
he/she/it will have substantialized
we will have substantialized
you will have substantialized
they will have substantialized
Future Continuous
I will be substantializing
you will be substantializing
he/she/it will be substantializing
we will be substantializing
you will be substantializing
they will be substantializing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been substantializing
you have been substantializing
he/she/it has been substantializing
we have been substantializing
you have been substantializing
they have been substantializing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been substantializing
you will have been substantializing
he/she/it will have been substantializing
we will have been substantializing
you will have been substantializing
they will have been substantializing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been substantializing
you had been substantializing
he/she/it had been substantializing
we had been substantializing
you had been substantializing
they had been substantializing
Conditional
I would substantialize
you would substantialize
he/she/it would substantialize
we would substantialize
you would substantialize
they would substantialize
Past Conditional
I would have substantialized
you would have substantialized
he/she/it would have substantialized
we would have substantialized
you would have substantialized
they would have substantialized
References in classic literature ?
Thus Holt says: "If the terms and propositions of logic must be substantialized, they are all strictly of one substance, for which perhaps the least dangerous name is neutral- stuff.
Beijing and Washington's joint designation of the East Turkestan Islamic Movement (ETIM) as a terrorist group substantialized Urumqi's long-held campaign against separatism, extremism, and terrorism.
The promise that she makes to Beowulf, substantialized by the necklace, refers the audience back to the closing section of the Finn's Lay, in which Hildeburh is carried away with treasure back to the homeland.
The Koryo Son master Kagun substantialized the idea that the Buddha had transmitted different minds in different places throughout his career.
Scarso emphasized that the idea of culture had been considered a theoretical artifact that substantialized a set of phenomena that were not necessarily related, but were, on the opposite, the result of specific historical processes.
9) According to Democritus the empty space is just as important as the substantialized one as it allows the possibility of movement: "But Democritus' starting point resides in the fact that he believes in the reality of movement, as thought is movement.
For if personal identities are fixed by names, substantialized by appellations and stabilized by determinations, as we believe they are, then to replace substantives by attributes which cannot be attributed to anybody in particular because they are attributed to everybody (from Claggart to Budd and nature and God), is to contradict the Cartesian logic of Port-Royal on which our thinking is still based.
It is not only that caste has come back in the form of horizontal identities (Srinivas 1966) or substantialized communities (Dumont 1998), but also that caste continues to be an important indicator of social and economic deprivation in India.
Substantialized in the light of the principle of dependent origination, not only does the old belief "violence begets violence" become a mandate to prevent the destructive pattern of accelerated violence, but the impact and the ramifications of the peaceful means employed in the process would eventually contribute to peace.
But call it "her," and it is at once decisively feminized, substantialized.
Schneider's "Hands," 1993-, as their dedicatory titles suggest, are also portraits in their way, commemorations of the definitively departed, who, in an act of sacramental substitution, can be substantialized and reactivated in light.
17) Still caught up in an externally pictured and hence substantialized conception of mind, such theories proceed surreptitiously to assign things-in-themselves as being-status apart from what is, so to speak, "brought to mind" in and through thought-determinations.