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re·al·ize

 (rē′ə-līz′)
v. re·al·ized, re·al·iz·ing, re·al·iz·es
v.tr.
1. To comprehend completely or correctly.
2. To bring into reality; make real: He finally realized his lifelong ambition to learn how to play the violin.
3. To make realistic: a film that realizes court life of the 1600s.
4. To obtain or achieve, as gain or profit: She realized a substantial return on the investment.
5. To bring in (a sum) as profit by sale.
v.intr.
To exchange holdings or goods for money.

[French réaliser, from Old French, from real, real; see real1.]

re′al·iz′a·ble adj.
re′al·iz′er n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.realizable - capable of being realized; "realizable benefits of the plan"
tangible - (of especially business assets) having physical substance and intrinsic monetary value ; "tangible property like real estate"; "tangible assets such as machinery"
2.realizable - capable of existing or taking place or proving truerealizable - capable of existing or taking place or proving true; possible to do
possible - capable of happening or existing; "a breakthrough may be possible next year"; "anything is possible"; "warned of possible consequences"
Translations

realizable

[ˈrɪəlaɪzəbl] ADJ [goal, ambition] → alcanzable; [plan] → realizable, factible

realizable

[ˈrɪəlaɪzəbəl] realisable (British) adj
(= attainable) [hopes, dreams, aims] → réalisable
[wealth, assets] → réalisable

realizable

adj assetsrealisierbar, zu verflüssigen pred; hope, planrealisierbar, zu verwirklichen pred; wealthrealisierbar
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