actualize actualize  /ˈæk tʃə wə ˌlaɪz/


  1. (v) make real or concrete; give reality or substance to
  2. (v) represent or describe realistically


  1. And that's kind of the premise of the show: no matter how often they tell her who she is, Echo is always in there somewhere, struggling to get out, and to self-actualize.
  2. But baseball's shrewdest minds see two real possibilities, and call Rowland the man to actualize them.
  3. So, well-funded challengers almost always have campaign strengths that dollars are used to actualize.


  • Actualize Consulting Announces Knowledge Share Series

    The Knowledge Share Series is part of Actualize Consulting’s ten year anniversary celebration in 2013. Actualize Consulting has packaged its perspective on capital markets, mortgage, and fixed income industry events into audio clips accessible via the Actualize Consulting website. (PRWeb June 14, 2013) Read the full story at
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  1. "I feel that there is now a rare opportunity and a genuine breakthrough in the political situation in Somalia," Somali President Abdullahi Yusuf said. "We need you to actualize financial, material and technical assistance."
    on Jan 5, 2007 By: Abdullahi Yusuf Source: Washington Post

  2. "The heart of the show is Echo's evolution as a person, her struggle to self-actualize," Whedon says. "When she's in her doll-like state, she is so vulnerable and so trusting. And yet she's naturally inquisitive, so she can't stay in that...
    on Feb 10, 2009 By: Joss Whedon Source: San Francisco Chronicle

  3. "My target is to bring about a situation where, the moment the ties with the Palestinians are renewed and reach their fruition, we will be able to actualize those projects immediately. To wait until there is a meeting between the leaders, and only...
    on Jul 30, 2009 By: Silvan Shalom Source: Jerusalem Post

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