Adjective "dematerialised" definition and examples

(Dematerialised may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

Pronunciation

/diːməˈtɪərɪəlʌɪz/

Definitions and examples

verb

Become free of physical substance.
  1. 'Radio words dematerialize, lost the moment they're uttered.'
  2. 'With that he dematerialized once again and disappeared, obviously happy that he didn't have to hide any longer.'
  3. 'Lynx walked further into the waves, dematerializing into his water form.'
  4. '‘Thanks, we'd appreciate that,’ she replied, putting the new books and bottles inside the trunk and dematerializing it once again.'
  5. 'a dematerialized stock lending service'
  6. 'If securities are represented by a global note or are dematerialized, then bailment is not an appropriate characterization, even in the simplest of cases governed by English law.'
  7. 'The distinction between a material and dematerialized economy is, I think, a false one.'

More definitions

1. to deprive of or lose material character.

More examples(as adjective)

"forms can be dematerialised."

"tradings can be dematerialised."

"shares can be dematerialised."

"segments can be dematerialised."

"securities can be dematerialised."

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Origin

(dematerialize)