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v. ver·bal·ized, ver·bal·iz·ing, ver·bal·iz·es
1. To express in words: verbalized his displeasure.
2. Grammar To convert to use as a verb: verbalized the noun contact.
1. To express oneself in words.
2. To be verbose.

ver′bal·i·za′tion (-bə-lĭ-zā′shən) n.
ver′bal·iz′er n.
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Adj.1.verbalized - communicated in wordsverbalized - communicated in words; "frequently uttered sentiments"
spoken - uttered through the medium of speech or characterized by speech; sometimes used in combination; "a spoken message"; "the spoken language"; "a soft-spoken person"; "sharp-spoken"
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Quiniones said, "We verbalized what we re aiming for and we re working with the DoE.
com)-- Verbalized Limited, an Edmonton, Alberta, Canada technology firm, has integrated state-of-the-art asset management capabilities into its programmable LED signs.
They found that the feelings the study participants verbalized about their marriages were unrelated to changes in their marital happiness over time.
This volume investigates a corpus of 30 narrative and dramatic Anglophonic texts in which the motif of scientist as God is both central and explicitly verbalized.
What is a man is one of the most asked questions, whether it is verbalized or not.
Even if you don't think you've ever heard any of Mendelssohn's piano works called Songs Without Words, the pieces in which he wrote down some musical ideas that he said could not be verbalized, you will undoubtedly still recognize a few of them from this selection.
RemoteNurse allows the resident to interact with the system by touching the device's screen, and a built-in speaker allows the system to communicate to the resident verbalized assessment questions and instructions for using the measurement devices, including a blood pressure monitor, glucometer, scale, fluid monitor, pulse oximeter, and digital camera for documenting wound care progression.
Communicated threat: verbalized, written, or electronically transmitted message that states or suggests potential harm to the recipient, someone or something associated with the recipient, or specified or nonspecified other individuals.
lt;/pre> <p>"Whale Song" is another poem that is magical when verbalized and obviously a commentary on the "dog eat dog" mentality that many people daily exhibit.
It's somebody that believes in you in a way that doesn't have to be verbalized all day long.
even though this has never been verbalized, my take on the selections chosen is that they are all high interest, easily read books," Pargot added.
Together, FIORES and FIORES-II mathematically formalized styling; that is, they mapped the emotional aspects of design to verbalized styling properties.