Definition of realise
become fully aware of (something) as a fact; understand clearly.
Real media freedom, and not only in Bulgaria, can be achieved only when it walks hand in hand with a clearly realised responsibility.
cause (something desired or anticipated) to happen.
Part of this dream will be realised this summer when the highways authority officially imposes a 7.5 tonne weight restriction on vehicles passing through the town.
give actual or physical form to.
Human nature has to be ordered and realized in actual human virtues before the child truly enters the social world.
make (money or a profit) from a transaction.
Last April, the group sold a property, realising a profit of €1.5 million.
Example of realise
A lot of our regulars are understanding and realise the grief this is causing to the staff.
But he is confident that Everton have the potential to help him realise that ambition.
But seven out of ten Yorkshire builders said they were still struggling to realise their full potential due to a shortage of skilled workers.
Composers need outstanding interpreters who understand the music and can realise all its implications in performance.
Except, of course, our homes can't really be thought of as an investment - unless we're in a position to realise our profit and still provide ourselves with a roof over our heads.
Expected to realise in the region of £3 million, the sale features the entire range of objects that Hirst designed for the restaurant.
First, not only was the contract profitable but it would have been necessary to complete it in order to realise that profit.
I realise you're busy, but could you call me?
If investments are made in the child's name absolutely, the child has control and can realise the assets whenever he or she wishes.
In fact, not until my maturity did I fully realise the meaning of commitment and responsibility.