the plan did not materialize: kế hoạch không thực hiện được
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materializes|materialized|materializingmə'tɪrɪə[-laɪz /-tɪər- verb +come into being; become reality
1 appear, turn up, become visible, become manifest, be revealed, take shape or form, form, emerge:
A hulking shape began to materialize out of the fog.
2 happen, come to pass, take place, occur, become manifest or real, be realized, become an actuality, be actualized:
The dream of a united Europe is finally materializing.
Advanced English Dictionary
(BrE also materialise) verb [V] 1 (usually used in negative sentences) to take place or start to exist as expected or planned: The promotion he had been promised failed to materialize. 2 to appear suddenly and/or in a way that cannot be explained: A tall figure suddenly materialized at her side. + (informal) The train failed to materialize (= it did not come). materialization, materialisation noun [U]
Collocation Dictionary verb
The hoped-for boom never materialized.
VERB + MATERIALIZE
The rise in share prices failed to materialize.
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