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realize (also realise) /ˈrɪəlaɪz/ verb [transitive not usually in progressive]


تصدیق کردن ، تبدیل به پول کردن ، واقعی کردن ، درک کردن ، فهمیدن ، دریافتن ، تحقق یافتن ، نقد کردن ، تحقق بخشیدن ، پی بردن ، قانون ـ فقه: فروختن
realize
[verb]
Synonyms:
- become aware of, comprehend, get the message, grasp, take in, understand
- achieve, accomplish, carry out or through, complete, do, effect, fulfil, perform
English Thesaurus: realize, become aware, dawn on somebody, sink in, hit, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

realize S1 W1 (also realise British English) /ˈrɪəlaɪz/ verb [transitive not usually in progressive]
[Word Family: noun: realism, realist, reality, unreality, realization; adverb: real, really, realisticallyunrealistically; adjective: real, unreal, realisticunrealistic; verb: realize]
[Date: 1600-1700; Language: French; Origin: réaliser, from Old French real; real1]

1. UNDERSTAND to know and understand something, or suddenly begin to understand it
realize (that)
I suddenly realized that the boy was crying.
Do you realize you’re an hour late?
realize who/what/how etc
I’m sorry, I didn’t realize who you were.
It took us a while to realize the extent of the tragedy.
It was only later that I realized my mistake.
Do not say that you ‘realize about/of something’. Say that you realize something.

2. ACHIEVE formal to achieve something that you were hoping to achieve:
She never realized her ambition of winning an Olympic gold medal.
a young singer who has not yet realized her full potential (=achieved as much as she can achieve)

3. sb’s worst fears were realized used to say that the thing that you were most afraid of has actually happened:
His worst fears were realized when he heard that Chris had been arrested.

4. MONEY
a) formal to obtain or earn an amount of money:
The campaign realized $5000.
We realized a small profit on the sale of the house.
b) realize an asset technical to change something that you own into money by selling it

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

realize
verb
ADV. fully | dimly She dimly realized that she was trembling.
suddenly | quickly, soon | now | for the first time I realized for the first time how difficult this would be.
at first The situation was more complicated than they had at first realized.
at last, belatedly, eventually, finally | never I never realized how much it meant to you.
VERB + REALIZE begin to, come to | make sb The experience made me realize that people did care.
seem to You don't seem to realize the seriousness of the situation.
fail to | be important to
PHRASES without realizing (sth) We are constantly using historic buildings, without even realizing it.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

realize
verb
1.
BAD: The criminal mind is not always easy to realize.
GOOD: The criminal mind is not always easy to understand.
BAD: I didn't realize the meaning of 'junk mail'.
GOOD: I didn't understand the meaning of 'junk mail'.

Usage Note:
KNOW · REALIZE · RECOGNIZE · UNDERSTAND
Know be aware of a fact or particular piece of information: ‘Do you know their new telephone number?’ ‘I know she’s fond of you. She told me so herself.’
Realize suddenly become aware of a fact or the true meaning of something, especially because you have though about it or received new information about it: ‘I suddenly realized that the thumping I could hear was the sound of my own heart.’ ‘It was only when I saw the expression on the doctor’s face that I realized the seriousness of her illness.’
Recognize know what something is because you have seen/heard/smelled it before; know who someone is because you have seen them before: ‘I’m sorry I didn’t recognize you - you’ve had your hair cut!’
Understand know what something means, what causes something, how something operates, how someone feels etc: ‘I’ve never really understood physics.’ ‘Such behaviour is very difficult to understand.’

2.
BAD: The school year is divided into three terms, as you realize.
GOOD: The school year is divided into three terms, as you know.
BAD: Nobody realized whether he was coming.
GOOD: Nobody knew whether he was coming.

Usage Note:
See Language Note above

3.
BAD: Our own mistakes are sometimes difficult to realize.
GOOD: Our own mistakes are sometimes difficult to recognize.
BAD: I'm sure you will realize the song when you hear it.
GOOD: I'm sure you will recognize the song when you hear it.

Usage Note:
See Language Note above

4.
BAD: The headmaster realized his threat and sent the children home.
GOOD: The headmaster carried out his threat and sent the children home.
BAD: Many people in developing countries do not realize family planning.
GOOD: Many people in developing countries do not practise family planning.

Usage Note:
When realize means 'make something actually happen or become real', it is usually used with words such as ambition, intention, expectation, hope, dream, fear : 'I feel confident that the high expectations I have of my new job will be realized.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors


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