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verb. ['ˈriːəˌlaɪz'] be fully aware or cognizant of.
Rhymes with Realize
How do you pronounce realize?
Pronounce realize as ˈriəˌlaɪz.
US - How to pronounce realize in American English
UK - How to pronounce realize in British English
How to spell realize? Is it relize? Or realiza? Common misspellings are:
Sentences with realize
1. Verb, base form
With luck, your pet will realize that you are not a threat and will leave you alone.
2. Verb, non-3rd person singular present
Every year, businesses realize income or experience losses related to their maintenance of cash accounts in banks.
Quotes about realize
1. One of the things I noticed is that people really change when they realize their expiration date is coming, and they know what it is. Most of us don't: we just hope we can live as long as we can and do as much good as we can.
- Justin Baldoni
2. You don't seem to realize that a poor person who is unhappy is in a better position than a rich person who is unhappy. Because the poor person has hope. He thinks money would help.
- Jean Kerr
3. The 'Course in Miracles' says one day you will realize that death is not the punishment but the reward. And it says that birth is not the beginning of life but a continuation. And physical death is not the end of life but a continuation.
- Marianne Williamson
verb. ['ˈriːəˌlaɪz'] perceive (an idea or situation) mentally.
- take account
verb. ['ˈriːəˌlaɪz'] make real or concrete; give reality or substance to.
verb. ['ˈriːəˌlaɪz'] earn on some commercial or business transaction; earn as salary or wages.
- bring in
- rake in
- eke out
- pull in
- take in
- take home
- shovel in
- sack up
- turn a profit
- squeeze out
- rake off
verb. ['ˈriːəˌlaɪz'] expand or complete (a part in a piece of baroque music) by supplying the harmonies indicated in the figured bass.
verb. ['ˈriːəˌlaɪz'] convert into cash; of goods and property.