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materialize

  • 1 materialize

    материализовать глагол:
    материализовать (materialize, reify)
    материализоваться (materialize)
    осуществлять (realize, implement, exercise, execute, fulfill, materialize)
    осуществляться (materialize, come to life)
    претворяться (materialize)
    претворять в жизнь (materialize, carry into effect, translate)
    претворяться в жизнь (materialize)

    Англо-русский синонимический словарь

  • 2 materialize

    verb
    1) (to take solid or bodily form: The figure materialized as we watched with astonishment.) materializarse
    2) ((of something expected or hoped for) to happen: I don't think her plans will materialize.) convertirse en realidad
    materialize
    tr[mə'tɪərɪəlaɪz]
    intransitive verb
    1 (hopes, plan, project, idea) materializarse, realizarse, hacerse realidad; (strike, protest) producirse, llegar a producirse
    2 (person) aparecer, presentarse
    materialize [mə'tɪriə.laɪz] v, -ized ; -izing vt
    : materializar, hacer aparecer
    materialize vi
    : materializarse, aparecer
    materialize (US/UK)
    v.
    materializar v.
    realizar v.
    mə'tɪriəlaɪz, mə'tɪəriəlaɪz
    intransitive verb \<\<object/ghost\>\> aparecer*; \<\<hope/idea\>\> hacerse* realidad, concretarse, materializarse*
    [mǝ'tɪǝrɪǝlaɪz]
    1. VI
    1) (=come into being) [idea, hope etc] realizarse
    2) (=appear) aparecer

    the funds haven't materialized so far — hasta ahora no han aparecido los fondos

    3) [spirit] materializarse
    2.
    VT materializar
    * * *
    [mə'tɪriəlaɪz, mə'tɪəriəlaɪz]
    intransitive verb \<\<object/ghost\>\> aparecer*; \<\<hope/idea\>\> hacerse* realidad, concretarse, materializarse*

    English-spanish dictionary

  • 3 materialize

    [mə'tɪərɪəlaɪz]
    verbo intransitivo
    1) (happen) [hope, offer, threat] materializzarsi, concretizzarsi; [plan, event, situation] realizzarsi; [idea] prendere forma, concretizzarsi

    the strike failed to materialize — lo sciopero non ha avuto luogo

    2) (appear) [person, object] materializzarsi, apparire (anche scherz.); [spirit] materializzarsi

    I waited, but he failed to materialize — ho aspettato, ma non si è fatto vedere

    * * *
    verb
    1) (to take solid or bodily form: The figure materialized as we watched with astonishment.) materializzarsi
    2) ((of something expected or hoped for) to happen: I don't think her plans will materialize.) concretizzarsi, realizzarsi
    * * *
    [mə'tɪərɪəlaɪz]
    verbo intransitivo
    1) (happen) [hope, offer, threat] materializzarsi, concretizzarsi; [plan, event, situation] realizzarsi; [idea] prendere forma, concretizzarsi

    the strike failed to materialize — lo sciopero non ha avuto luogo

    2) (appear) [person, object] materializzarsi, apparire (anche scherz.); [spirit] materializzarsi

    I waited, but he failed to materialize — ho aspettato, ma non si è fatto vedere

    English-Italian dictionary

  • 4 materialize

    intransitive verb
    1) [Hoffnung:] sich erfüllen; [Plan, Idee:] sich verwirklichen; [Treffen, Versammlung:] zustande kommen
    2) (come into view, appear) [plötzlich] auftauchen
    * * *
    verb
    1) (to take solid or bodily form: The figure materialized as we watched with astonishment.) feste Gestalt annehmen
    2) ((of something expected or hoped for) to happen: I don't think her plans will materialize.) sich verwirklichen
    * * *
    ma·teri·al·ize
    [məˈtɪəriəlaɪz, AM -ˈtɪr-]
    vi
    1. (become fact) hope, dream sich akk verwirklichen, in Erfüllung gehen; plan, promise in die Tat umgesetzt werden
    2. (take physical form) erscheinen
    in the scene the ghost of Aunt Amy \materializes in der Szene erscheint der Geist von Tante Amy
    3. (appear suddenly) [plötzlich] auftauchen
    the lorry seemed to \materialize out of nowhere der Laster schien [plötzlich] aus dem Nichts aufzutauchen
    I was thinking you would never \materialize (hum) ich dachte schon, du würdest gar nicht mehr hier erscheinen
    * * *
    [mə'tIərIəlaɪz]
    vi
    1) (idea, plan) sich verwirklichen; (promises, hopes etc) wahr werden

    this idea will never materialize — aus dieser Idee wird nie etwas

    the meeting never materialized —

    if this deal ever materializes — wenn aus diesem Geschäft je etwas wird, wenn dieses Geschäft je zustande or zu Stande kommt

    the money he'd promised me never materialized — von dem Geld, das er mir versprochen hatte, habe ich nie etwas gesehen

    2) (ghost) erscheinen; (indistinct object) auftauchen
    * * *
    materialize
    A v/t
    1. materialisieren, verstofflichen, -körperlichen
    2. etwas verwirklichen, realisieren
    3. besonders US jemandes Denkweise etc materialistisch machen
    4. Geister erscheinen lassen
    B v/i
    1. feste Gestalt annehmen, sinnlich wahrnehmbar werden, sich verkörpern (in in dat)
    2. sich verwirklichen, Tatsache werden, zustande kommen:
    his hopes never materialized seine Hoffnungen haben sich nie verwirklicht
    3. erscheinen, sich materialisieren (Geister)
    * * *
    intransitive verb
    1) [Hoffnung:] sich erfüllen; [Plan, Idee:] sich verwirklichen; [Treffen, Versammlung:] zustande kommen
    2) (come into view, appear) [plötzlich] auftauchen
    * * *
    (US) v.
    verkörperlichen v.

    English-german dictionary

  • 5 materialize

    materialize [məˈtɪərɪəlaɪz]
    intransitive verb
    se matérialiser ; [idea] prendre forme
    • the promised cash didn't materialize l'argent promis ne s'est pas matérialisé
    • none of the anticipated difficulties materialized les difficultés auxquelles on s'attendait ne se sont pas présentées
    * * *
    [mə'tɪərɪəlaɪz]
    intransitive verb
    1) (happen) [hope, offer, plan, threat] se concrétiser; [event, situation] se réaliser; [idea] prendre forme

    the strike failed to materialize — la grève n'a pas eu lieu

    2) (appear) [person, object] surgir; [spirit] se matérialiser

    I waited, but he failed to materialize — hum j'ai attendu, mais il ne s'est pas montré

    English-French dictionary

  • 6 materialize

    materialize vi
    1 (happen) [hope, offer, plan, threat] se concrétiser ; [event, situation] se réaliser ; [idea] prendre forme ; the threat failed to materialize la menace ne s'est pas concrétisée ; the strike failed to materialize la grève n'a pas eu lieu ;
    2 (appear) souvent hum [person, object] surgir ; [spirit] se matérialiser ; I waited, but he failed to materialize j'ai attendu, mais il ne s'est pas montré.

    Big English-French dictionary

  • 7 materialize

    verb
    1) (to take solid or bodily form: The figure materialized as we watched with astonishment.) bli til virkelighet, stige fram
    2) ((of something expected or hoped for) to happen: I don't think her plans will materialize.) bli noe av
    materialisere
    verb \/məˈtɪərɪəlaɪz\/ eller materialise
    1) materialisere (seg), legemliggjøres
    2) (overført) ta fast form, virkeliggjøre(s), realisere(s), gå i oppfyllelse
    materialize one's plans
    virkeliggjøre planene sine
    his wish never materialized
    ønsket hans gikk ikke i oppfyllelse
    3) åpenbare seg, vise seg, dukke opp
    he did not materialize
    han dukket ikke opp
    4) (sjelden) få til å materialisere seg, fremkalle

    English-Norwegian dictionary

  • 8 materialize

    [məˈtɪərɪəlaɪz]
    materialize материализовать(ся) materialize осуществлять(ся); претворять(ся) в жизнь (о планах и т. п.) materialize осуществлять(ся)

    English-Russian short dictionary

  • 9 materialize

    verb
    1) (to take solid or bodily form: The figure materialized as we watched with astonishment.) tage form; materialisere sig
    2) ((of something expected or hoped for) to happen: I don't think her plans will materialize.) blive til noget
    * * *
    verb
    1) (to take solid or bodily form: The figure materialized as we watched with astonishment.) tage form; materialisere sig
    2) ((of something expected or hoped for) to happen: I don't think her plans will materialize.) blive til noget

    English-Danish dictionary

  • 10 materialize

    ma·teri·al·ize [məʼtɪəriəlaɪz, Am -ʼtɪr-] vi
    1) (become fact) hope, dream sich akk verwirklichen, in Erfüllung gehen; plan, promise in die Tat umgesetzt werden
    2) (take physical form) erscheinen;
    in the scene the ghost of Aunt Amy \materializes in der Szene erscheint der Geist von Tante Amy
    3) (appear suddenly) [plötzlich] auftauchen;
    the lorry seemed to \materialize out of nowhere der Laster schien [plötzlich] aus dem Nichts aufzutauchen;
    I was thinking you would never \materialize (hum) ich dachte schon, du würdest gar nicht mehr hier erscheinen

    English-German students dictionary

  • 11 materialize

    məˈtɪərɪəlaɪz гл.
    1) осуществлять(ся) ;
    претворять(ся) в жизнь (о планах и т. п.)
    2) материализовать(ся) (о духах;
    тж. перен.) материализовать материализоваться - the shape of a man *d out of the shadows из тени возникла фигура человека - at last the bus *d наконец появился автобус осуществлять, реализовать, претворять в жизнь (планы и т. п.) осуществляться, реализоваться, претворяться в жизнь (о планах и т. п.) - his hopes never *d его мечтам не суждено было сбыться materialize материализовать(ся) ~ осуществлять(ся) ;
    претворять(ся) в жизнь (о планах и т. п.) ~ осуществлять(ся)

    Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь

  • 12 materialize

    materialize [məˊtɪərɪəlaɪz] v
    1) материализова́ть(ся)
    2) осуществля́ть(ся); претворя́ть(ся) в жизнь (о планах и т.п.)

    Англо-русский словарь Мюллера

  • 13 materialize

    materialize v TECH materialisieren

    English-german engineering dictionary

  • 14 materialize

    verb
    1) (to take solid or bodily form: The figure materialized as we watched with astonishment.) líkamnast, holdgast
    2) ((of something expected or hoped for) to happen: I don't think her plans will materialize.) verða að veruleika

    English-Icelandic dictionary

  • 15 materialize

    megvalósul, érzékelhetővé válik, teljesül
    * * *
    verb
    1) (to take solid or bodily form: The figure materialized as we watched with astonishment.) testet ölt
    2) ((of something expected or hoped for) to happen: I don't think her plans will materialize.) megvalósul

    English-Hungarian dictionary

  • 16 materialize

    V
    1. मूर्तरूप देना
    He claimed that he can materialize the ghosts.

    English-Hindi dictionary

  • 17 materialize

    verb
    1) (to take solid or bodily form: The figure materialized as we watched with astonishment.) materializar-se
    2) ((of something expected or hoped for) to happen: I don't think her plans will materialize.) tornar-se realidade
    * * *
    ma.te.ri.al.ize
    [mət'iəriəlaiz] vt+vi = {{link=materialise}}materialise{{/link}}.

    English-Portuguese dictionary

  • 18 materialize

    {mə'tiəriəlaiz}
    1. материализирам, придавам осезателен вид на, представям в осезателен вид
    2. карам (дух) да се яви, явявам се (за дух)
    3. осъществявам (се)
    4. въплъщавам
    5. правя (някого) да стане материалист
    6. разг. идвам, явявам се
    * * *
    {mъ'tiъriъlaiz} v 1. материализирам, придавам осезателен
    * * *
    явявам; въплъщавам; материализирам;
    * * *
    1. въплъщавам 2. карам (дух) да се яви, явявам се (за дух) 3. материализирам, придавам осезателен вид на, представям в осезателен вид 4. осъществявам (се) 5. правя (някого) да стане материалист 6. разг. идвам, явявам се
    * * *
    materialize[mə´tiəriə¸laiz] v 1. материализирам, придавам материална форма на, превръщам в реален факт; 2. карам (дух) да се яви; материализирам се, явявам се (за дух); 3. осъществявам (се); 4. въплъщавам; 5. карам (някого) да загрубее, превръщам в материалист (някого).

    English-Bulgarian dictionary

  • 19 materialize

    verb
    1) (to take solid or bodily form: The figure materialized as we watched with astonishment.) utelesiti
    2) ((of something expected or hoped for) to happen: I don't think her plans will materialize.) uresničiti se
    * * *
    [mətíəriəlaiz]
    1.
    transitive verb
    materializirati, utelesiti; uresničiti, realizirati;
    2.
    intransitive verb
    postati dostopen čutom, pojaviti se, prikazati se (in kot); uresničiti se

    English-Slovenian dictionary

  • 20 materialize

    • toteutua
    • esineistää
    • esineellistää
    • esineistyä
    • aineellistaa
    • aineellistua
    • aineistua
    • täyttyä
    • materialisoida
    • materiaalistaa
    • materialisoitua
    • materiaalistua
    * * *
    verb
    1) (to take solid or bodily form: The figure materialized as we watched with astonishment.) aineellistua
    2) ((of something expected or hoped for) to happen: I don't think her plans will materialize.) toteutua

    English-Finnish dictionary

См. также в других словарях:

  • materialize — is first recorded in 1710 and its first meaning was transitive (with an object): to materialize an idea was to realize it and to materialize a spirit was to make the spirit appear. Its intransitive use, now more familiar, dates from the late 19c …   Modern English usage

  • Materialize — Ma*te ri*al*ize, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Materialized}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Materializing}.] [Cf. F. mat[ e]rialiser.] 1. To invest with material characteristics; to make perceptible to the senses; hence, to present to the mind through the medium of… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Materialize — Ma*te ri*al*ize, v. i. 1. To appear as a material form; to take substantial shape. [Colloq.] [1913 Webster] 2. To come into existence; as, the promised donations never materialized. [PJC] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • materialize — index embody, emerge, form, occur (happen), realize (make real), substantiate Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton …   Law dictionary

  • materialize — (v.) 1710, represent as material, from MATERIAL (Cf. material) (adj.) + IZE (Cf. ize). Meaning “appear in bodily form” is 1880, in spiritualism. Related: Materialized; materializing …   Etymology dictionary

  • materialize — externalize, objectify, incarnate, embody, actualize, *realize, hypostatize, reify …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • materialize — [v] come into being actualize, appear, become concrete, become real, become visual, be incarnate, be realized, coalesce, come about, come to pass, corporealize, develop, embody, emerge, entify, evolve, exteriorize, externalize, happen,… …   New thesaurus

  • materialize — (also materialise) ► VERB 1) become actual fact; happen. 2) appear in bodily form. DERIVATIVES materialization noun …   English terms dictionary

  • materialize — [mə tir′ē əl īz΄] vt. materialized, materializing 1. to give material form or characteristics to; represent in material form 2. to make (a spirit, etc.) appear in bodily form 3. to make materialistic vi. 1. to become fact; develop into something… …   English World dictionary

  • materialize — (BrE also ise) verb ADVERB ▪ never ▪ The hoped for boom never materialized. ▪ suddenly ▪ A waiter suddenly materialized at her elbow. ▪ ful …   Collocations dictionary

  • materialize — materialization, n. materializer, n. /meuh tear ee euh luyz /, v., materialized, materializing. v.i. 1. to come into perceptible existence; appear; become actual or real; be realized or carried out: Our plans never materialized. 2. to assume… …   Universalium

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