nominalize


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nom·i·nal·ize

 (nŏm′ə-nə-līz′)
tr.v. nom·i·nal·ized, nom·i·nal·iz·ing, nom·i·nal·iz·es
To make into a noun.

nom′i·nal·i·za′tion (-lĭ-zā′shən) n.

nominalize

(ˈnɒmɪnəˌlaɪz) or

nominalise

vb (tr)
(Linguistics) linguistics to convert (a word or phrase) into a noun

nominalize


Past participle: nominalized
Gerund: nominalizing

Imperative
nominalize
nominalize
Present
I nominalize
you nominalize
he/she/it nominalizes
we nominalize
you nominalize
they nominalize
Preterite
I nominalized
you nominalized
he/she/it nominalized
we nominalized
you nominalized
they nominalized
Present Continuous
I am nominalizing
you are nominalizing
he/she/it is nominalizing
we are nominalizing
you are nominalizing
they are nominalizing
Present Perfect
I have nominalized
you have nominalized
he/she/it has nominalized
we have nominalized
you have nominalized
they have nominalized
Past Continuous
I was nominalizing
you were nominalizing
he/she/it was nominalizing
we were nominalizing
you were nominalizing
they were nominalizing
Past Perfect
I had nominalized
you had nominalized
he/she/it had nominalized
we had nominalized
you had nominalized
they had nominalized
Future
I will nominalize
you will nominalize
he/she/it will nominalize
we will nominalize
you will nominalize
they will nominalize
Future Perfect
I will have nominalized
you will have nominalized
he/she/it will have nominalized
we will have nominalized
you will have nominalized
they will have nominalized
Future Continuous
I will be nominalizing
you will be nominalizing
he/she/it will be nominalizing
we will be nominalizing
you will be nominalizing
they will be nominalizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been nominalizing
you have been nominalizing
he/she/it has been nominalizing
we have been nominalizing
you have been nominalizing
they have been nominalizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been nominalizing
you will have been nominalizing
he/she/it will have been nominalizing
we will have been nominalizing
you will have been nominalizing
they will have been nominalizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been nominalizing
you had been nominalizing
he/she/it had been nominalizing
we had been nominalizing
you had been nominalizing
they had been nominalizing
Conditional
I would nominalize
you would nominalize
he/she/it would nominalize
we would nominalize
you would nominalize
they would nominalize
Past Conditional
I would have nominalized
you would have nominalized
he/she/it would have nominalized
we would have nominalized
you would have nominalized
they would have nominalized
Translations

nominalize

[ˈnɒmɪnəlɑɪz] VTnominalizar

nominalize

vt (Gram) → nominalisieren; word alsosubstantivieren
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The case of Snyder throws what we nominalize as a monolithic counterculture into relief and allows us to see significant differences between leftist-progressive writers such as the Beats and their various literary cousins.
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This time, however, we nominalize pretax capital income at the new inflation rate.
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Only the latter nominalize, and hence only result interpretations are attested on nominalizations of the active participle.
But the formality politely suppresses agency, and very elaborately, at the cost of some linguistic effort expended to assign active-voice subject position to a non-agent ("jut of a wall") and to nominalize the only trace of the event itself (detach [is greater than] "detachment"), and thus eliminate the grammatical necessity of a doer of the action.
I will not completely nominalize QM, but I will provide what I think is the most important part of such a nominalization, namely, a nominalistic recovery of the algebraic structure of Hilbert spaces.
When writers nominalize, instead of using a verb in a clause to represent an action, they change the verb into a noun in a noun phrase (for example, they change we analyzed the results into our analysis of the results).
But there is another way of proceeding which, I think, most readers will find less controversial, and that is simply to nominalize away the commitment to propensities and build up our nominalistic structures out of quantum systems themselves.