concretize concretize


  1. (v) make something concrete
  2. (v) become specific


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  1. "We have no interest in acceding to these attempts to concretize Israeli superiority," Fadlallah added.
    on Apr 29, 2010 By: Mohammed Hussein Fadlallah Source: AFP

  2. Confirming these developments Suniel Shetty says, "Ekta's Balajee and my Popcorn Entertainment have been in talks for a while. When I heard Apu's script I knew this was the right moment to concretize our collaboration."
    on Aug 29, 2007 By: Shetty Source:

  3. "Being here adds force to what you are trying to do to help build a new nation, to concretize strategic plans, and to share experiences of leadership," President Kagame said.
    on Feb 14, 2007 By: Paul Kagame Source: Reuters AlertNet

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