Englisch

Detailed Synonyms for realise in Englisch

realise:

to realise Verb, britisch

  1. to realise
    to realize; to contain; to grasp; to get to know; to hold; to realise
    • realize Verb, amerikanisch (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, britisch
  2. to realise
    to realize; to realise
    • realize Verb, amerikanisch (realizes, realized, realizing)
    • realise Verb, britisch
  3. to realise
    to realize; to bring about; to effect; to realise
    • realize Verb, amerikanisch (realizes, realized, realizing)
    • bring about Verb (brings about, brought about, bringing about)
    • effect Verb (effects, effected, effecting)
    • realise Verb, britisch
  4. to realise
    to substantiate; to realize; to realise
    • substantiate Verb (substantiates, substantiated, substantiating)
    • realize Verb, amerikanisch (realizes, realized, realizing)
    • realise Verb, britisch
  5. realise
    – 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, amerikanisch (realizes, realized, realizing)
      • Does she realize how important this decision is?1
    • realise Verb, britisch
  6. realise
    – be fully aware or cognizant of 1
    to realize; realise; to recognize; recognise; agnise; agnize
    – be fully aware or cognizant of 1
    • realize Verb, amerikanisch (realizes, realized, realizing)
    • realise Verb, britisch
    • recognize Verb, amerikanisch (recognizes, recognized, recognizing)
    • recognise Verb, britisch
    • agnise Verb, britisch
    • agnize Verb, amerikanisch
  7. realise
    – make real or concrete; give reality or substance to 1
    to realize; realise; to substantiate; actualize; actualise
    – make real or concrete; give reality or substance to 1
    • realize Verb, amerikanisch (realizes, realized, realizing)
    • realise Verb, britisch
    • substantiate Verb (substantiates, substantiated, substantiating)
      • our ideas must be substantiated into actions1
    • actualize Verb, amerikanisch
    • actualise Verb, britisch
  8. realise
    – 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, amerikanisch (realizes, realized, realizing)
    • realise Verb, britisch
  9. realise
    – convert into cash; of goods and property 1
    to realize; realise
    – convert into cash; of goods and property 1
    • realize Verb, amerikanisch (realizes, realized, realizing)
    • realise Verb, britisch
  10. realise
    – 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, amerikanisch (realizes, realized, realizing)
    • realise Verb, britisch
    • 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)

realise britisch

  1. realise

Alternate Synonyms for "realise":


Verwandte Definitionen für "realise":

  1. perceive (an idea or situation) mentally1
  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