- (Roget's Thesaurus II) verb To represent (an abstraction, for example) in or as if in bodily form: body forth, embody, externalize, incarnate, manifest, materialize, objectify, personalize, personify, substantiate. See SUBSTITUTE.
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exteriorize — (Amer.) v. externalize, bring out (also exteriorise) … English contemporary dictionary
exteriorize — [ek stir′ē ər īz΄, ikstir′ē ər īz΄] vt. exteriorized, exteriorizing 1. to give or attribute an external form or objective character outside the self to (states of mind, attitudes, etc.) 2. EXTERNALIZE exteriorization n … English World dictionary
exteriorize — transitive verb ( ized; izing) Date: 1879 1. externalize 2. to bring out of the body (as for surgery) • exteriorization noun … New Collegiate Dictionary
exteriorize — exteriorization, n. /ik stear ee euh ruyz /, v.t., exteriorized, exteriorizing. 1. to make exterior; externalize. 2. Surg. to expose (an internal structure) temporarily outside the body, for observation, surgery, or experimentation. Also, esp.… … Universalium
exteriorize — verb a) To externalize b) To expose an internal organ (for observation or surgery) … Wiktionary
exteriorize — 1. To direct a patient s interests, thoughts, or feelings into a channel leading outside the self, to some definite aim or object. 2. To expose an organ temporarily for observation, or permanently for purposes of experiment. 3. Fixation of a… … Medical dictionary
exteriorize — ex·te·ri·or·ize … English syllables
exteriorize — ex•te•ri•or•ize [[t]ɪkˈstɪər i əˌraɪz[/t]] v. t. ized, iz•ing 1) to externalize 2) srg Surg. to expose (an internal part) to the outside • Etymology: 1875–80 ex•te ri•or•i•za′tion, n … From formal English to slang
exteriorize — verb 1. bring outside the body for surgery, of organs • Syn: ↑bring outside • Derivationally related forms: ↑exteriorization • Hypernyms: ↑move, ↑displace • Verb Frames … Useful english dictionary
exteriorized — exteriorize (Amer.) v. externalize, bring out (also exteriorise) … English contemporary dictionary