materialise

US [mə'tɪəriəlaɪz]
UK [mə'tɪəriəlaɪz]
  • v.实现;发生;成为现实;突然显现
  • Web物质化;执行副总裁;中国代表处
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v.
1.
[i]
实现;发生;成为现实to take place or start to exist as expected or planned
The promotion he had been promised failed to materialize.
答应给他晋升的许诺未能实现。
2.
[i]
突然显现;奇怪地出现to appear suddenly and/or in a way that cannot be explained
A tall figure suddenly materialized at her side.
一个高高的身影突然出现在她的身边。
The train failed to materialize(= it did not come) .
列车始终没有来。

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