- v be verbose
This lawyer verbalizes and is rather tedious
- v express in speech
This depressed patient does not verbalize
- v articulate; either verbally or with a cry, shout, or noise
- v convert into a verb
many English nouns have become verbalized
- He had the total ability to be Ted Kennedy and think and know what's going on; it was just getting hard for him to verbalize.
- To verbalize the feelings and lead the actors through those acts and witness how much they devote to it, it's very painful.
- To verbalize emotion is not really a Chinese thing.
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- Those Who Love The Game Should Appreciate The Return Of The Big Three In The NBA Finals
Whatever they didn?t verbalize then, they spoke volumes by action in Game 4. For those who love the game, they will appreciate the Big 3 Heat performance more than they will find reasons not to like them. Here?s why. There is symmetry to their performance and their excellence. Wade and James both had 25 field goal attempts. James made 15 and Wade made 14. James had 11 rebounds. James had 33 ...
June 14, 2013 - Forbes
- Mathews Phosa in Bloomberg
We fully understand that good governance, sound macro- economic policies, mature democracies and enhanced security makes for better partnershipswith investors, Phosa said. "The incoming president will verbalize his own economic policies in...
- Keith Gilbertson in HeraldNet
The game came easily to him in terms of learning and understanding it,Gilbertson said Wednesday when asked what coaching traits he saw in Cable as a college player. "He could verbalize it back to the youngsters. And he was really a...
- Isiah Thomas in amNewYork
I think he has a pretty good understanding of what needs to be done to stay on the court,Thomas said after practice at the MSG Training Center. "He may not verbalize that to you, but I think he has a pretty good idea."