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realized

adjective [before noun] ( also UK realised)
 
 
/ˈrɪəlaɪzd/
realized gains/losses/investments FINANCE used to refer to profits or losses when shares, investments, etc. are sold, as opposed to an increase or reduction in their value without selling them: Results included net realized investment losses of $38.8 million in the latest quarter.
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