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actual
  ژیروند   
žirvand

Fr.: actuel   

1) Existing in act or fact; real.
2) Philosophy: The character of what is realized in act (such as a statue), as opposed to what can potentially be realized (from a piece of rock).

M.E. actuel, from O.Fr. actuel "now existing, up to date," from L. actualis "active, pertaining to action," adj. form of actus, → act.

Žirvand, from žir, → act, + -vand a suffix forming adjectives denoting "possessed of, similarity, relation," variants -âvand, -van (e.g. xodâvand "possessor, master," pulâdvand "hard as steel, name of a hero," dowlatvand "rich," setarvan "mule-like, barren," polvan "bridge-like, a raised path"), from Mid.Pers. -âwand (hunarâwand "skilled," warzâwand "powerful"); Av. -vant (aurvant- "swift," surunvant- "audible"); cf. Skt. -vant (amavant- "having attacking power").

actuality
  ژیروندی   
žirvandi

Fr.: actualité   

1) The quality or state of being actual or something that is actual; reality.
2) Philosophy: According to Aristotle, what has → form and can causally interact with other things, as opposed to → potentiality.

actual; → -ity.

actualization
  ژیروندش، ژیروند‌کرد   
živandeš, živandkard

Fr.: actualisation   

The act or process of actualizing.

Verbal noun of → actualize; → -tion.

actualize
  ژیروندیدن، ژیروند کردن   
živandidan, živand kardan

Fr.: actualiser   

To make actual or real; turn into action or fact.

actual; → -ize.