Actualizes [verb]

Definition of Actualizes:

make real

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Sentence/Example of Actualizes:

We’re all keenly aware that the District will always be a target, but logically didn’t assume domestic terrorism would be the actualized threat.

If they’re going to actualize their championship hopes this season, the Bucks will have to solve opposing defenses, starting with their own.

Some are long-time industry players with decades of experience, and others are newcomers actualizing new ideas to fill gaps in the market.

Now the team is searching for a head coach and facing a contract conundrum, heading into another offseason with the puzzle of salvaging the long-term compatibility of Simmons and Embiid and actualizing a championship around the star duo.

The technology firm’s need to create a robust talent pipeline has actualized via their massive Snapchat success, connecting them to new graduates and university students from all parts of the globe.

Must we assert that in general certain things actualize, while others limit themselves to existing?

There must therefore be an external agent, itself actual, to actualize a potential.

The ethical task is to fulfil the moral law, to actualize the ethical ideal in conduct and character.

The Good, therefore, is not active; for what need to actualize would actualization have?

But ideas have occult power, and ideas, when rightly planted and rightly tended, are the seeds that actualize material conditions.