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Detailed Synonyms for realized in English

realized:

realized adj, American

  1. realized
    realized; realised
  2. realized
    – successfully completed or brought to an end 1
    accomplished; completed; realized; realised
    – successfully completed or brought to an end 1
    • accomplished adj
      • his mission accomplished he took a vacation1
    • completed adj
      • the completed project1
    • realized adj, American
      • the joy of a realized ambition overcame him1
    • realised adj, British

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Related Definitions for "realized":

  1. successfully completed or brought to an end1
    • the joy of a realized ambition overcame him1

realized form of realize:

to realize verb, American (realizes, realized, realizing)

  1. to realize
    to realize; to contain; to grasp; to get to know; to hold; to realise
    • realize verb, American (realizes, realized, realizing)
    • contain verb (contains, contained, containing)
    • grasp verb (grasps, grasped, grasping)
    • get to know verb (gets to know, got to know, getting to know)
    • hold verb (holds, held, holding)
    • realise verb, British
  2. to realize
    to realize; to bring about; to effect; to realise
    • realize verb, American (realizes, realized, realizing)
    • bring about verb (brings about, brought about, bringing about)
    • effect verb (effects, effected, effecting)
    • realise verb, British
  3. to realize
    to substantiate; to realize; to realise
    • substantiate verb (substantiates, substantiated, substantiating)
    • realize verb, American (realizes, realized, realizing)
    • realise verb, British
  4. to realize
    to realize; to realise
    • realize verb, American (realizes, realized, realizing)
    • realise verb, British
  5. to realize
    – perceive (an idea or situation) mentally 1
    to see; to understand; to realize; realise
    – perceive (an idea or situation) mentally 1
    • see verb (sees, saw, seeing)
      • Now I see!1
      • I just can't see your point1
    • understand verb (understands, understood, understanding)
      • I don't understand the idea1
    • realize verb, American (realizes, realized, realizing)
      • Does she realize how important this decision is?1
    • realise verb, British
  6. to realize
    – be fully aware or cognizant of 1
    to realize; realise; to recognize; agnize; recognise; agnise
    – be fully aware or cognizant of 1
  7. to realize
    – make real or concrete; give reality or substance to 1
    to realize; realise; to substantiate; actualise; actualize
    – make real or concrete; give reality or substance to 1
    • realize verb, American (realizes, realized, realizing)
    • realise verb, British
    • substantiate verb (substantiates, substantiated, substantiating)
      • our ideas must be substantiated into actions1
    • actualise verb, British
    • actualize verb, American
  8. to realize
    – expand or complete (a part in a piece of baroque music) by supplying the harmonies indicated in the figured bass 1
    to realize; realise
    – expand or complete (a part in a piece of baroque music) by supplying the harmonies indicated in the figured bass 1
    • realize verb, American (realizes, realized, realizing)
    • realise verb, British
  9. to realize
    – convert into cash; of goods and property 1
    to realize; realise
    – convert into cash; of goods and property 1
    • realize verb, American (realizes, realized, realizing)
    • realise verb, British
  10. to realize
    – earn on some commercial or business transaction; earn as salary or wages 1
    to gain; to clear; to make; to earn; to realize; realise; to take in; to bring in; to pull in
    – earn on some commercial or business transaction; earn as salary or wages 1
    • gain verb (gains, gained, gaining)
    • clear verb (clears, cleared, clearing)
      • He clears $5,000 each month1
    • make verb (makes, made, making)
      • How much do you make a month in your new job?1
    • earn verb (earns, earned, earning)
      • She earns a lot in her new job1
    • realize verb, American (realizes, realized, realizing)
    • realise verb, British
    • take in verb (takes in, took in, taking in)
    • bring in verb (brings in, brought in, bringing in)
    • pull in verb (pulls in, pulled in, pulling in)

Conjugations for realize:

present
  1. realize
  2. realize
  3. realizes
  4. realize
  5. realize
  6. realize
simple past
  1. realized
  2. realized
  3. realized
  4. realized
  5. realized
  6. realized
present perfect
  1. have realized
  2. have realized
  3. has realized
  4. have realized
  5. have realized
  6. have realized
past continuous
  1. was realizing
  2. were realizing
  3. was realizing
  4. were realizing
  5. were realizing
  6. were realizing
future
  1. shall realize
  2. will realize
  3. will realize
  4. shall realize
  5. will realize
  6. will realize
continuous present
  1. am realizing
  2. are realizing
  3. is realizing
  4. are realizing
  5. are realizing
  6. are realizing
subjunctive
  1. be realized
  2. be realized
  3. be realized
  4. be realized
  5. be realized
  6. be realized
diverse
  1. realize!
  2. let's realize!
  3. realized
  4. realizing
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

realize American

  1. realize

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Related Definitions for "realize":

  1. perceive (an idea or situation) mentally1
    • Does she realize how important this decision is?1
  2. be fully aware or cognizant of1
  3. make real or concrete; give reality or substance to1
  4. expand or complete (a part in a piece of baroque music) by supplying the harmonies indicated in the figured bass1
  5. convert into cash; of goods and property1
  6. earn on some commercial or business transaction; earn as salary or wages1

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