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Make a reality of.‘he had actualized his dream and achieved the world record’
fulfil, achieve, accomplish, make real, make a reality, make happen, make concrete, bring to fruition, bring about, bring off, consummate, perform, carry out, carry through, execute, effectView synonyms
- ‘Many of us are no longer surprised at just about anything we read explaining the achievements of contemporary bioengineers; milestones are actualized with precipitous frequency.’
- ‘[A] way-too-short informative clip (you want it to go on for days) features a typical Marin County self-help group talking about actualizing your dreams.’
- ‘Achievement - feeling of accomplishment/personal growth/opportunity to actualise potential’
- ‘Huge global corporations embraced the whole concept and actualized their companies around a database and mainframe.’
- ‘In other essays, teams are de-incentivized, plans are actualized, the day is workplanned.’
- ‘The Gilmores knew that dreams have to be actualized by hard work and diligence.’
- ‘You had some grand ideas and put a lot of dynamic energy into actualizing them but it frustrates you to see things not working according to your plans.’
- ‘You have the support you need to achieve success and actualize dynamic plans.’
- ‘Designing choreography that could never be actualized by human beings.’
- ‘When I actualized this project I very carefully researched it to see if anyone had done anything similar.’
- ‘You come up with brilliant ideas and plans that are actualized without inviting opposition or competition.’
- ‘She was resolute about everyone's capacity to be free, and she insisted that we all do our absolute best to realize and actualize that capacity through’
- ‘It seems that high ratings for networks can only be actualised in this day and age through reality programming.’
- ‘Recognize the potential; actualize the dream.’
- ‘Veena abided by her son's decision to let the young girl actualise her potential and dream.’
- ‘Every single square centimeter of the metropolitan area contains some potential added-value, waiting to be actualized.’
- ‘You fulfill personal promises and actualise professional plans.’
- ‘You can be a creator in professional aspects to actualize original plans and ideas that bring success, satisfaction and appreciation today.’
- ‘We need partners to fulfill other aspects of actualizing our digital plans, specifically in terms of information distribution.’
- ‘What this master couple has effectively accomplished is to actualize the great marital paradox: that people can only change if they don't feel they have to.’
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