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French translation of “realize”

realize

verb /ˈriəlaiz/
to know; to understand
comprendre
I realize that I can’t have everything I want I realized my mistake.
to make real; to make (something) come true
réaliser
He realized his ambition to become an astronaut My worst fears were realized.
to make (money) by selling something
réaliser (des profits)
He realized $60,000 on the sale of his apartment.
realization noun ( realisation) the act of realizing
prise de conscience; réalisation
the realization of his mistake/hopes.
(Definition of realize from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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