sylweddoli, sylweddolasech, sylweddola’, sylweddolaf, sylweddolai, sylweddolais, sylweddolaist, sylweddolan, sylweddolant, sylweddolasai, sylweddolasant, sylweddolych, sylweddola, sylweddolasent, sylweddolasid, sylweddolasit, sylweddolasoch, sylweddolasom, sylweddolaswn, sylweddolech, sylweddoled, sylweddolem, sylweddolen, sylweddolo, sylweddolent, sylweddoler, sylweddoles, sylweddolest, sylweddolet, sylweddolid, sylweddoliff, sylweddolir, sylweddolith, sylweddolasem, sylweddoloch, sylweddolodd, sylweddolom, sylweddolon, sylweddolont, sylweddolwch, sylweddolwn, sylweddolwyd, sylweddolwyfsylweddoli
Verb(1) be fully aware or cognizant of(2) perceive (an idea or situation(3) make real or concrete; give reality or substance to(4) earn on some commercial or business transaction; earn as salary or wages(5) convert into cash; of goods and property(6) expand or complete (a part in a piece of baroque music
(1) These individuals are encouraged to realize their basest desires in the US military.(2) For me, paintings were musical compositions without the need for musicians to realize the ideas.(3) it is only now that she is beginning to realize her potential(4) It's one of those creepy little facts that makes you realize this war has been going on far longer than we know.(5) the drawings are expected to realize $500,000(6) Until I went through the episode reviews, I didn't fully understand or realize the deep flaws in the writing.(7) These solutions allow a company's assets to realize the maximum possible return on investment.(8) The question is therefore for how long will these traders wait to realize profits.(9) 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.(10) His desire to realize Henry VIII's plan to subdue French influence in Scotland and achieve the union of the Crowns became an obsession.(11) If they do it quite frequently as I suspect, they will not realize any major capital gains.(12) The option's cost, known as a premium, reduces any profit you realize on the stock.(13) If these immigrants could succeed, it proved that anyone could realize the American Dream.(14) The receivers proceeded to realize the assets charged by the fixed and floating charges created by the debentures.(15) 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.(16) our loans are helping small business realize their dreams
(1) to realize :: i sylweddoli
1. register ::
2. fulfill ::
3. make ::
4. be sold for ::
cael ei werthu am
5. cash in ::
arian parod yn
6. actualize ::
7. clear ::
8. understand ::
1. forfeit ::
2. lose ::
Different Formsrealize, realized, realizes, realizing
Word Example from TV Shows
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Well, we are,
because Dr. Gallo made me REALIZE
The Big Bang Theory Season 9, Episode 12
he's just rubbing our noses...
The Big Bang Theory Season 4, Episode 5
Do you REALIZE what's happening here?
The Big Bang Theory Season 9, Episode 24
You REALIZE this isn't one of those times I want
you to exaggerate how long something is.
The Big Bang Theory Season 8, Episode 3
you and I could become brothers.
The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 1
English to Welsh Dictionary: realize
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