Definition of unrealized in English:

unrealized

Line breaks: un|real¦ized
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈrɪəlʌɪzd
 
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(also unrealised)

adjective

1Not achieved or created: an unrealized dream
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  • But today, it feels like just that: an unfulfilled ambition, an unrealised dream.
  • The film works on several levels: an inspiring tale of the underdog, a warm and sympathetic love story, and a dramatic story of unrealized dreams and potential all wrapped into one.
  • However tentative these gestures, however unrealized the ambition to create a new European and a new international order, the end of the cold war forced such questions on to the agenda.
2Not converted into money: unrealized property assets
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  • But if we are right on the analysis and willing to sit tight, we will eventually recover unrealized losses and make money.
  • On the back of hefty unrealised profits in their property and stock holdings, Japanese banks boosted their global operations, thinking the expansion could last forever.
  • Second, unrealized gains of some assets could offset unrealized losses of others, resulting in no required write-off.

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