Dematerialize meaning

dēmə-tîrē-ə-līz
To deprive of physical substance; make immaterial.

Medieval architects' attempts to dematerialize church walls into streams of light.

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To reduce the amount of material required for (a product or process).

Dematerialized the semiconductor industry.

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To convert (records, for example) from paper to digital or electronic form.
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To lose physical substance; become immaterial.

The dry ice seemed to dematerialize as it sublimated.

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To lose or cause to lose material form.
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(intransitive) To disappear by becoming immaterial.
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To cause something to disappear by becoming immaterial.
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Origin of dematerialize