concretize : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v make something concrete
- v become specific
the idea concretized in her mind
- Mohammed Hussein Fadlallah in AFP
We have no interest in acceding to these attempts to concretize Israeli superiority,Fadlallah added.
- Shetty in SantaBanta.com
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."
- Paul Kagame in Reuters AlertNet
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.