externalize

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To make something external or objective
To represent something abstract or intangible as material; to embody
To attribute emotions etc to external circumstances; to project
To direct to others, as costs or benefits

Operating a low-cost, high-pollution manufacturing process externalizes costs in the form of adverse human health consequences and ecosystem effects.

make external or objective, or give reality to; "language externalizes our thoughts"
ex·ter·nal·ize externalizes externalizing externalized in BRIT, also use externalise If you externalize your ideas or feelings, you express them openly, in words or actions. These are people who tend to externalize blame when anything goes wrong at work. internalize. to express inner feelings internalize
regard as objective
To make external; to manifest by outward form
{f} make external, embody in outward form; regard as objective; direct the personality toward the outside in social relationships; (Economics) choose not to combine costs as part of a pricing structure (also externalise)
externalization
a physical thing that typifies an abstract thing; an embodiment or personalization
externalise
make external or objective, or give reality to; "language externalizes our thoughts"
externalise
{f} make external, embody in outward form; regard as objective; direct the personality toward the outside in social relationships; (Economics) choose not to combine costs as part of a pricing structure (also externalize)
externalise
regard as objective
externalization
embodying in an outward form attributing to outside causes
externalization
{i} act of embodying in outward form, exteriorization, act of making external
externalization
attributing to outside causes
externalization
embodying in an outward form
externalized
past of externalize
externalizes
third-person singular of externalize
externalizing
present participle of externalize
externalize
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