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Catalan translation of “realize”

realize

verb (present participle realizing, past tense and past participle realized) (UK usually -ise)
 
/ˈrɪə·laɪz/
B1 to notice or understand something that you did not notice or understand before
adonar-se (de)
I suddenly realized I’d met him before.
to achieve something that you wanted
realitzar
At 50, he had realized all of his ambitions.
(Definition of realize from the Cambridge English-Catalan Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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