• Definition for "dematerialize"
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dematerialize definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To deprive of or lose apparent physical compound; make or be immaterial: Mirrors have the aftereffect of dematerializing a wall. The dry ice seemed to dematerialize as it sublimated.
    • To deprive of product or physical qualities or characteristics.
    • To deprive of or drop apparent real material; make or come to be immaterial: Mirrors have the aftereffect of dematerializing a wall. The dried out ice appeared to dematerialize as it sublimated.
    • To deprive of material or real qualities or qualities.
  • verb:
    • to vanish by becoming immaterial
    • resulting in something to disappear by becoming immaterial
    • become immaterial; disappear
    • to disappear completely by becoming immaterial
    • resulting in some thing to fade away by getting immaterial
    • become immaterial; disappear
  • others:
    • To divest of product qualities or faculties.
    • In mod. spiritualism, to reduce and disappear completely, as alleged, after materialization.
    • Also spelled dematerialise.
    • To divest of material qualities or faculties.
    • In mod. spiritualism, to break down and fade, as alleged, after materialization.
    • Also spelled dematerialise.
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