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ma·te·ri·al·ize

 (mə-tîr′ē-ə-līz′)
v. ma·te·ri·al·ized, ma·te·ri·al·iz·ing, ma·te·ri·al·iz·es
v.intr.
1. To come into existence; become real: Their support on the eastern flank did not materialize.
2. To appear, especially suddenly: "As they plunged down the highway, hazy purple mountains materialized" (Tom Bissell). See Synonyms at appear.
3. To take physical form or shape. Used especially of a spirit or ghost.
v.tr.
1. To cause to become real or actual: By building the house, we materialized a dream.
2. To cause to become materialistic: "Inequality has the natural and necessary effect ... of materializing our upper class, vulgarizing our middle class, and brutalizing our lower class" (Matthew Arnold).

ma·te′ri·al·i·za′tion (-ə-lĭ-zā′shən) n.
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materialize

(məˈtɪərɪəˌlaɪz) or

materialise

vb
1. (intr) to become fact; actually happen: our hopes never materialized.
2. to invest or become invested with a physical shape or form
3. to cause (a spirit, as of a dead person) to appear in material form or (of a spirit) to appear in such form
4. (intr) to take shape; become tangible: after hours of discussion, the project finally began to materialize.
5. (General Physics) physics to form (material particles) from energy, as in pair production
maˌterialiˈzation, maˌterialiˈsation n
maˈterialˌizer, maˈterialˌiser n
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ma•te•ri•al•ize

(məˈtɪər i əˌlaɪz)

v. -ized, -iz•ing. v.i.
1. to become realized: Our plans never materialized.
2. to come into perceptible existence; appear.
3. to assume material form.
v.t.
4. to give material form to; realize.
5. to invest with material attributes.
6. to make physically perceptible.
[1700–10]
ma•te`ri•al•i•za′tion, n.
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materialize


Past participle: materialized
Gerund: materializing

Imperative
materialize
materialize
Present
I materialize
you materialize
he/she/it materializes
we materialize
you materialize
they materialize
Preterite
I materialized
you materialized
he/she/it materialized
we materialized
you materialized
they materialized
Present Continuous
I am materializing
you are materializing
he/she/it is materializing
we are materializing
you are materializing
they are materializing
Present Perfect
I have materialized
you have materialized
he/she/it has materialized
we have materialized
you have materialized
they have materialized
Past Continuous
I was materializing
you were materializing
he/she/it was materializing
we were materializing
you were materializing
they were materializing
Past Perfect
I had materialized
you had materialized
he/she/it had materialized
we had materialized
you had materialized
they had materialized
Future
I will materialize
you will materialize
he/she/it will materialize
we will materialize
you will materialize
they will materialize
Future Perfect
I will have materialized
you will have materialized
he/she/it will have materialized
we will have materialized
you will have materialized
they will have materialized
Future Continuous
I will be materializing
you will be materializing
he/she/it will be materializing
we will be materializing
you will be materializing
they will be materializing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been materializing
you have been materializing
he/she/it has been materializing
we have been materializing
you have been materializing
they have been materializing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been materializing
you will have been materializing
he/she/it will have been materializing
we will have been materializing
you will have been materializing
they will have been materializing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been materializing
you had been materializing
he/she/it had been materializing
we had been materializing
you had been materializing
they had been materializing
Conditional
I would materialize
you would materialize
he/she/it would materialize
we would materialize
you would materialize
they would materialize
Past Conditional
I would have materialized
you would have materialized
he/she/it would have materialized
we would have materialized
you would have materialized
they would have materialized
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.materialize - come into beingmaterialize - come into being; become reality; "Her dream really materialized"
hap, happen, occur, come about, take place, go on, pass off, fall out, pass - come to pass; "What is happening?"; "The meeting took place off without an incidence"; "Nothing occurred that seemed important"
come out, appear - be issued or published; "Did your latest book appear yet?"; "The new Woody Allen film hasn't come out yet"
dematerialise, dematerialize - become immaterial; disappear
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materialize

verb
1. occur, happen, take place, turn up, come about, take shape, come into being, come to pass None of the anticipated difficulties materialized.
2. appear, arrive, emerge, surface, turn up, loom, show up (informal), pop up (informal), put in an appearance He materialized at her side, notebook at the ready.
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materialize

verb
1. To make real or actual:
Idioms: bring to pass, carry into effect.
2. To represent (an abstraction, for example) in or as if in bodily form:
3. To come into view:
Idioms: make an appearance, meet the eye.
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Translations
uskutečnit sezhmotnit se
blive til nogetmaterialisere sig
aineellistaaaineellistuamaterialisoidamaterialisoitua
megvalósultestet ölt
líkamnast, holdgastverîa aî veruleika
zhmotniť sa
belirmekgerçekleşmekvücut bulmak

materialize

[məˈtɪərɪəlaɪz]
A. VI
1. (= come into being) [idea, hope etc] → realizarse
2. (= appear) → aparecer
the funds haven't materialized so farhasta ahora no han aparecido los fondos
3. [spirit] → materializarse
B. VTmaterializar
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materialize

[məˈtɪəriəlaɪz] materialise (British) vi
(= happen) [event] → se concrétiser
to fail to materialize → ne pas se concrétiser
(= appear) [person, thing] → se matérialiser
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materialize

vi
(idea, plan)sich verwirklichen; (promises, hopes etc)wahr werden; this idea will never materializeaus dieser Idee wird nie etwas; the meeting never materializeddas Treffen kam nie zustande or zu Stande; if this deal ever materializeswenn aus diesem Geschäft je etwas wird, wenn dieses Geschäft je zustande or zu Stande kommt; the money he’d promised me never materializedvon dem Geld, das er mir versprochen hatte, habe ich nie etwas gesehen
(ghost)erscheinen; (indistinct object)auftauchen
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materialize

[məˈtɪərɪəˌlaɪz] vimaterializzarsi; (idea, hope) → avverarsi, realizzarsi
so far he hasn't materialized (fam) → per ora non si è visto
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material

(məˈtiəriəl) noun
1. anything out of which something is, or may be, made. Tables are usually made from solid material such as wood.
2. cloth. I'd like three metres of blue woollen material.
adjective
1. consisting of solid(s), liquid(s), gas(es) or any combination of these. the material world.
2. belonging to the world; not spiritual. He wanted material things like money, possessions and power.
3. essential or important. evidence that is material to his defence.
maˈterially adverb
to a great or important extent. Circumstances have changed materially.
maˈterialize, maˈterialise verb
1. to take solid or bodily form. The figure materialized as we watched with astonishment.
2. (of something expected or hoped for) to happen. I don't think her plans will materialize.
maˌterialiˈzation, maˌterialiˈsation noun
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In their researches into the human frame, it may be that the higher and more subtle faculties of such men were materialised, and that they lost the spiritual view of existence amid the intricacies of that wondrous mechanism, which seemed to involve art enough to comprise all of life within itself.
De Griers, too, had not materialised, and I am convinced that not only do the parties stand in no relation to one another, but also they have not long enjoyed one another's acquaintance.
The phantom shapes, which were becoming gradually materialised from the moonbeams, were those three ghostly women to whom I was doomed.
One of the participants in the meeting told Dawn that the retirement plan was discussed during the PML-N government also but it was not materialised.
Summary: Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh) [India], Jan 9 (ANI): Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Wednesday said the passage of the 124th Constitution (Amendment) Bill, 2019 in the Lok Sabha has materialised Prime Minister Narendra Modi's principle of "Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas".