Definición de realize en inglés:

realize

Saltos de línea: real|ize
Pronunciación: /ˈrɪəlʌɪz
 
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(also realise)

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[with object]
  • 2Cause to happen: his worst fears have been realized
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    • We are closer to realizing Dr. King's dream, but still have much farther to go.
    • I look forward to the day when such dreams might be realized.
    • A Mitchell woman's dream will be realized on July 6 when the first soup kitchen opens in Steinbach.
  • 2.1Achieve (something desired or anticipated); fulfil: it is only now that she is beginning to realize her potential
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    • But he is confident that Everton have the potential to help him realise that ambition.
    • For Holmes, that great double has now been realised - an achievement that is multiplied many times by that rare league of athletes within whose ranks she now stands.
    • His desire to realize Henry VIII's plan to subdue French influence in Scotland and achieve the union of the Crowns became an obsession.
    Sinónimos
    fulfil, achieve, accomplish, make real, make a reality, make happen, make concrete, bring to fruition, bring about, bring off, consummate, perform, carry out, carry through, execute, actualize, effect
    rare effectuate, reify
  • 3Give actual or physical form to: the stage designs have been beautifully realized
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    • The film also beautifully realizes the unusual, emotionally charged, and heartbreaking romance between Winchell and Addams.
    • I always found it hard to imagine Wilde in prison, but Eagleton realises him beautifully, full of humility and humiliation.
    • Based on a rich and insightful script, this film is beautifully realised with a directorial approach that places the emphasis firmly on performances.
  • 3.1Use (a linguistic feature) in a particular spoken or written form: the item can be realized with a fully low front vowel
  • 3.2 Music Add to or complete (a piece of music left sparsely notated by the composer): other reconstruction work has involved realizing short score into full score
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    • That statement is clearly an indication of someone who does not like conductors and one who does not realize the importance of a good conductor in realizing a piece of music.
    • Composers need outstanding interpreters who understand the music and can realise all its implications in performance.
    • The solo instrument details realized transformed the music to something else.
  • 4Make (a profit) from a transaction: she realized a profit of $100,000
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    • If he had done so, a profit would have been realised on all three transactions.
    • Each new project is financed by the profit realised by selling the last.
    • Last April, the group sold a property, realising a profit of €1.5 million.
    Sinónimos
    make, obtain, clear, acquire, gain, bring in, reap; earn, return, producebe sold for, sell for, fetch, go for, get, make, net
  • 4.1Be sold for: the drawings are expected to realize £500,000
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    • No allowance is to be made because the acquisition was compulsory; and land is to be valued at the price it might be expected to realise if sold by a willing seller, not an unwilling seller.
    • 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.
    • Expected to realise in the region of £3 million, the sale features the entire range of objects that Hirst designed for the restaurant.
  • 4.2Convert (an asset) into cash: he realized all the assets in her trust fund
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    • To be successful, though, venture capitalists need to realise their investments regularly.
    • As at 18 December, 2001, the company had realised many of its assets and satisfied most of its debts.
    • The report states that all assets have been realised pursuant to the confiscation order.
    Sinónimos
    cash in, convert into cash; liquidate, capitalize

Derivativos

realizer

sustantivo
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  • Nothing illustrates more powerfully than these words the terrible gulf in the evaluations of Bharatvarsha's traditional institutions by ‘livers - realizers’ on the one hand and ‘researchers - scholars’ on the other.
  • He praised the settlers ‘as pioneers, as realisers of a dream, and as those who bore the security and settlement burden for all of us’.
  • For India's great realizers, the primary evidence in support of their thesis is revealed scripture, such as the Vedanta-sutras.

Origen

early 17th century: from real1, on the pattern of French réaliser.

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