immortalise : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v be or provide a memorial to a person or an event
- v make famous forever
- Joachim Loew in AFP
We know how Group B stands, the Austrians will run for their lives, they have a one-off chance to immortalise themselves and put themselves in the quarterfinals,said Loew. "But make no mistake, and I promise you this, my team will be...
- Sharon Osbourne in PR Newswire (press release)
Sharon Osbourne says, "The developers at Microgaming have done a fantastic job at bringing all our family to life within the game and they've even managed to immortalise my beloved dog, Minnie! I'll certainly have a little flutter when it's...
- Moody Awori in AllAfrica.com
Kimathi was a great man of impeccable character, a national hero who fought the war to the last drop of his blood, yet it has taken us nearly half a century to immortalise him,Awori said.