Hindi translation of 'realize'
realize [ Brit also realise]Word forms: realizes, realizing, realized /ˈriːəlaɪz ˈरीअलाइज़्/
Word forms: realizes, realizing, realized
2. transitive verb
1. transitive or intransitive verb
If you realize that something is true, you become aware of that fact or understand it.
People don't realize how serious this is.
They slowly realized that there were going to be big changes.
realizationWord forms: realizations countable noun
There is a growing realisation that things cannot continue like this.
2. transitive verb
If your hopes, desires, or fears are realized, the things that you hope for, desire, or fear actually happen.[formal]
सच हो जाना
realization uncountable noun
...the realization of his worst fears.
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Example Sentences Including 'realize'
She should have the sense to realize that any daughter of hers is going to grow up using, or selling herself.THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)
Then he seemed to realize that how he made his living did not concern them.YESTERDAY'S SHADOW (2002)
I was too full of my success to realize what a fool I was to let her go.DEAD BEAT (2002)
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'realize' in Other Languages
- Arabic: يُدْرِكُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: perceber
- Chinese: 认识到
- Croatian: uvidjeti
- Czech: uvědomit si uvědomovat si
- Danish: indse
- Dutch: realiseren (zich)
- European Spanish: percatarse de
- Finnish: tajuta
- French: réaliser se rendre compte
- German: erkennen
- Greek: συνειδητοποιώ
- Italian: realizzare
- Japanese: 十分に理解する
- Korean: 깨닫다
- Norwegian: innse
- Polish: zrozumieć rozumieć
- Portuguese: perceber
- Romanian: a-și da seama
- Russian: осознавать
- Spanish: percatarse
- Swedish: inse
- Thai: ตระหนัก
- Turkish: farkına varmak
- Ukrainian: усвідомлювати усвідомити
- Vietnamese: nhận ra
Translation of realize from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary