Definition of actualization in English:

actualization

noun

  • See actualize

    • ‘However, the actualisation of these objectives on the ground requires the involvement and maximum effort on the part of stakeholders.’
    • ‘It ensures that the delay from the moment a decision is made to the actualization of that decision is at least two or three hours, if not more.’
    • ‘After 15 years, the executive as the source of political leadership ought to seek the actualisation of these outputs of democratic governance.’
    • ‘A very simple parallel can be drawn between actualisations of an enthusiasm for modifying cars and actualisations of an enthusiasm for computer gaming.’
    • ‘New plans, opportunities and collaborations need to be discussed and explored for actualisation in the near future.’

Pronunciation:

actualization

/aktʃ(ʊ)əlʌɪˈzeɪʃ(ə)n/