[kon-kruh-tahyz, kong-; kon-kree-tahyz, kong-, kuh n-, kuh ng-]
- to make concrete, real, or particular; give tangible or definite form to: to concretize abstractions.
Also especially British, con·cre·tise.
Origin of concretize
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We can concretize it by furnishing one or two typical examples.The Principles of Language-Study
Harold E. Palmer
- (tr) to render concrete; make real or specific; give tangible form to
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Word Origin and History for concretize
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