Traducción de materialize en español:

materialize

Pronunciación: /məˈtɪriəlaɪz; məˈtɪəriəlaɪz/

intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo

  • 1.1 (take form) [object/ghost] aparecer* I waited over an hour, but he never materialized esperé más de una hora, pero no apareció
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • We had been told to expect a rescue package but none had materialised.
    • A mixture of reef sharks and bulls, they have an uncanny ability to appear behind you or materialise from behind a coral head only feet away.
    • She crawled out of her sleeping bag and her dark head peered around the room once more, as though she expected her friends to materialise out of nowhere.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • There must be strange entities materializing from the ether, ghouls, ghosts, or spirits hanging out in the material world to warn or haunt us.
    • Near Virginia City, Nevada, the spirit of a camel materializes, led by a dead man.
    • This time he knew what it was before the ghost even materialized.
    1.2 (become real) [hope/idea] hacerse* realidad, concretarse, materializarse*
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Needless to say these jobs never materialised and in fact 175 jobs from the existing plant in Limerick were actually lost.
    • The expectation was for an abrupt decline in consumer expenditures that, in fact, did not materialize.
    • The salaries did in fact later materialize, and living within salaries is no form of corruption.

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