Etymology
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verbalize (v.)

c. 1600, "use too many words," from French verbaliser (16c.); see verbal. Meaning "express in words" is attested from 1875. Related: Verbalized; verbalizing.

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Definitions of verbalize

verbalize (v.)
be verbose;
This lawyer verbalizes and is rather tedious
Synonyms: verbalise
verbalize (v.)
express in speech;
This depressed patient does not verbalize
Synonyms: talk / speak / utter / mouth / verbalise
verbalize (v.)
articulate; either verbally or with a cry, shout, or noise;
Synonyms: express / verbalise / utter / give tongue to
verbalize (v.)
convert into a verb;
many English nouns have become verbalized
Synonyms: verbalise
From wordnet.princeton.edu