substantialize

substantialize

(səbˈstænʃəˌlaɪz) or

substantialise

vb
to make or become substantial or actual
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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
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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The "virtual public sphere" (Papacharissi, 2002) and "weak public sphere" (Fraser, 1992) begin to "substantialize" and "strengthen", since the originally individuals begin to converge on the Internet, automatically and unconsciously, actively and passively, to act as a collective, a mob, or a crowd that is sometimes impulsively, irritable and irrational (Le Bon, 1982).
This new language--immaculate, without medium, direct, enlightening--would substantialize one's feebleness, bringing together one's aged tatteredness (one's "motes") in order to dispel this "wry," twisted darkness, sending it "whirl[ing] round the world away" and, thus, reestablishing the domain of a new poetry predicated on this new language.
So ultimately we can say that Winterson does not substantialize gender and employ essentialist categories, but instead is simply thorough in her description of actuality.
Sartre calls this attempt to substantialize the self the creation of the "ego" or self as object.
''Minister Yang's upcoming visit is expected to become an opportunity to substantialize the strategic cooperative partnership between South Korea and China, which has been agreed on during President Lee Myung Bak's visit to China in May,'' Moon said.
It is therefore a mistake to substantialize the nation as if it were a singular being that is both transcendent and eternal.
Our suffering is caused not by pain and loss, nor by pleasure and gain, but by the attempt to "reduce, concretize, or substantialize experiences or feelings, which are, in their very nature, fleeting or evanescent.
Here, as depicted in the Zen doctrine of mindlessness or no-mind, there are no exclusions or discriminations that limit reality by seeking to substantialize and possess it.
To substantialize place, to reduce it to an essence or form of places is, then, to transform it (a la Kant, or Casey himself in Getting Back) into space and, in so doing, to lose its particularity.