Definition of realize
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 realize
According to Mr Meghen, it is too early to say what sums will be realised from the plant sell off, but it's likely to yield millions of euro.
Cage is superbly low-key as the dysfunctional David whose inability to apply himself to adult life is both perfectly realised and beautifully relayed.
Especially in the age of postmodernism or the New Age, many people are eager to enjoy their present moments and realize their own individual dreams.
For me, paintings were musical compositions without the need for musicians to realize the ideas.
His desire to realize Henry VIII's plan to subdue French influence in Scotland and achieve the union of the Crowns became an obsession.
However, to realize their profits, capitalists need to sell the products that their workers produce to consumers who are willing and able to buy them.
I lead a perfectly normal life, have dreams and ambitions just like the good children out there, and even realize some of those dreams every once in a while.
If it is sold, the city will be realising a capital asset.
If these immigrants could succeed, it proved that anyone could realize the American Dream.
If they do it quite frequently as I suspect, they will not realize any major capital gains.