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Translation of "realize" - English-Polish dictionary

realize

verb [T] ( also UK -ise)     /ˈrɪəlaɪz/
NOTICE
B1 to notice or understand something that you did not notice or understand before uświadamiać sobie, zdawać sobie sprawę [+ question word] I didn't realize how unhappy she was. I suddenly realized I'd met him before. [+ (that)] Some people just don't seem to realize that the world has changed.Understanding and comprehending
realize an ambition/dream/goal, etc
to achieve something that you have wanted for a long time zrealizować ambicję/marzenie/cel itp. He had realized all his ambitions by the age of 30.Succeeding, achieving and fulfilling
SELL
to sell things that you own zbywać to realize your assetsBuying and selling in general
MAKE MONEY
to be sold for a particular amount of money przynosić The shares realized £1.4 million.Buying and selling in general
(Definition of realize from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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