I'd like to ask if sentence “We accelerate ideas” sounds odd or natural? What is the best word/phrasal to describe transformation of the ideas into reality/real things?
"He realized his grand idea in the form of..."
[Or, the more anachronistic but electrifying "reified"]
To materialize can convey the idea:
- To cause to become real or actual: By building the house, we materialized a dream.
Flesh out [1. [MWV] (tr) to give substance to (an argument, description, etc): Collins] is often used:
the theorists have fleshed out a variety of scenarios [ODO]
'Realise' is a synonym of 'materialize', but both have more common senses and are thus perhaps a poorer choice.
Consider the verb execute
Carry out or put into effect (a plan, order, or course of action): the corporation executed a series of financial deals [Oxford Dictionary Online]
The term is often used in business to indicate decisive implementation. The term executive is directly related, as one who is charged with bringing something to fruition. You might say
Some companies play with ideas. We execute.
Put (a decision, plan, agreement, etc.) into effect [ also ODO]
We manifest reality where there were only dreams.
After experiencing a momentary lapse of "writer's block," a Google query to this post inspired me with the right word, which I’m compelled to share-behold-incarnate:
- "embodied in flesh; given a bodily, especially a human, form."
- "personified or typified, as a quality or idea: chivalry incarnate."
- 'flesh-colored or crimson."
- 'put (an idea or other abstract concept) into concrete form.'
"We accelerate ideas" sounds like a slogan or logo subtitle, of a company of the not so trustworthy kind.
The problem is that it is too general - a bad marketing department could apply this to every second company.
If you use it to actually describe "turning ideas into reality" - how should the reader know?
To turn ideas into reality or to concretise ideas may fit.
"Concretise" means to render concrete; make real or specific; give tangible form to
Make one's dreams come true
something that happens that you have always hoped for
"Meeting you is a dream come true for me."
protected by tchrist♦ Mar 31 '18 at 20:15
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