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realize (German)

Part of speech: Verb

Hyphenation:
re | a | li | sie | ren, simple past: re | a | li | sier | te, participle II: re | a | li | siert
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [ʁealiˈziːʁən]
Word meaning / definition:
1) Realize a plan, put it into action
2) economy translate into real value
3) become aware of something
Origin of the term:
(new) Latin: realisare, of realis = really, really
3) Anglicism to: to realize
Synonyms:
1) implement, make it happen, make it come true, put it into practice
2) silver plating
3) notice, notice, become aware, be aware, grasp, recognize, make oneself clear, understand
Application examples:
1) But she couldn't do the big project anymore realize.
1) “This desire, which gripped the young Goethe, to plunge into the infinite airspace and float over the gruesome abysses, to become free like the eagle in the ether, also inspires and moves today's delta and paraglider pilots, who thanks to the courageous willingness to make sacrifices Lilienthals and other aviation pioneers to this dream today realize capital."
2) They cannot make their profits on the contracted market realize.
3) “I'm not quite sure about all of this yet realize.
3) He said the opponent should finally to realize that he has no chance.
Word formations:
Realization, realization
Conjugations:
Present tense: I. realize; you realize; he she it realized
Simple past: I. realized
Participle II: realized
Subjunctive II: i realized
Imperative: singular realize!; Plural realized!
Auxiliary verb: to have

Translations

  • Basque: 1) gauzatu, egikaratu, errealizatu
  • English: 1) implement, carry out; realize
  • French: réaliser
  • Japanese: 1) 実 行 す る (じ っ こ う す る, jikkô suru), 実 現 す る (じ つ げ ん す る, jitsugen suru)
  • Dutch: realize
  • Polish: 1) realizować
  • Swedish: 1) realisera, varsebli
  • Spanish: 1) realizar
  • Czech: 1) realizovat, uskutečnit

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

The five companies that operate a medical center on the grounds of the Lebensart Foundation realize want to have organized.
Bernerzeitung.ch, March 5th, 2019

With the right equipment realize You watch web videos. Here is an overview of the camera, light and microphone.
Computer picture, March 09, 2019

Effective or capable of a majority? Who a CO2 tax realize If you want that works, you have to convincingly resolve this dilemma.
Telepolis, July 18, 2019

Jimmy Pellegrini (40) and Alexander Rabensteiner (42) realize currently a unique undertaking: to run around South Tyrol as close to its border as possible.
Südtirol Online, 23 August 2018

o2-CTO Carbajo Martin believes that 5G can finally fulfill the promise to provide wireless fixed internet for the home realize to be able to.
teltarif.de, October 26, 2018

Only slowly realize the comrades that Markus Ramers becomes district administrator.
Kölnische Rundschau, September 28, 2020

The two stars are currently thinking about how to celebrate their wedding despite the corona pandemic realize can.
Klatsch-Tratsch.de, April 21, 2020

There are scenes from Europe that are unlikely to be realize are. In Bergamo, military vehicles pull up to the central cemetery.
BILD.de, March 19, 2020

The lift in Schmiedefeld should open next week. The realize at least those responsible for the winter world hope to be able to do so.
In South Thuringia, January 22, 2020

During the holidays, the craftsmen come and realize Projects for EUR 8.6 million.
Saarbrücker Zeitung, 3rd August 2020

The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.


Grammar / conjugations

Realize inflection - The conjugation of the verb realize

It is a regular verb that is conjugated with the auxiliary verb haben.
 1st person singular2nd person singular3rd person singular1st person plural2nd person plural3rd person plural
Present indicativei realizeyou realizehe / she / it realizeswe realizeyou realizedthey realize
Present Subjunctive I.i realizeyou realizehe / she / it realizewe realizeyou realizethey realize
Past tense indicativeI realizedyou realizehe / she / it realizedwe realizedyou realizedthey realized
Past tense subjunctive III realizedyou realizedhe / she / it realizedwe realizedyou realizedthey realized
Perfect indicativeI realizedyou realizedhe / she / it realizedwe have realizedyou realizedthey realized
Perfect subjunctive I.I realizedyou realizedhe / she / it realizedwe have realizedyou have realizedthey realized
Past perfect indicativeI had realizedyou had realizedhe / she / it had realizedwe had realizedyou had realizedthey had realized
Past perfect subjunctive III would have realizedyou would have realizedhe / she / it would have realizedwe would have realizedyou would have realizedthey would have realized
Future I indicativei will realizeyou will realizehe / she / it will realizewe will realizeyou will realizethey will realize
Future tense I subjunctivei will realizeyou will realizehe / she / it will realizewe will realizeyou will realizethey will realize
Future tense I subjunctive III would realizeyou would realizehe / she / it would realizewe would realizeyou would realizethey would realize
Future tense II indicativeI will have realizedyou will have realizedhe / she / it will have realizedwe will have realizedyou will have realizedthey will have realized
Future tense II subjunctive II will have realizedyou will have realizedhe / she / it will have realizedwe will have realizedyou will have realizedthey will have realized
Future II subjunctive III would have realizedyou would have realizedhe / she / it would have realizedwe would have realizedyou would have realizedthey would have realized

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Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • To run: sell to other countries; act transitive to obey an instruction; perform as instructed; transitive to put something planned into action; do a certain activity transitively; do something specific; run a program especially in the EDP; invite you to a specific location or event; to explain something more transitively
  • carry out: to put a plan, project or order into action; to do something, to perform an action; to take a tour through something with someone, to show someone something
  • effect: transitive: to carry out an order, order, plan or project; transitive: make a payment; transitive: sending a commodity
  • put into practice
  • implement: move to another place 1a) Horticulture: replant; reflexive: move to another seat; do something, realize something; convert; reflexive: transforming oneself; Economy: make sales
  • realize: translate theory into reality; reflexively develop unhindered according to one's own ideas and dispositions; reflexively converting oneself into reality according to the inherent ideas
  • make: "Do something": let something take place or do it yourself; "To undertake something": plan to do something in the future; Colloquially, “to do something / someone”: take it to the front; Colloquially, "to do something": to tie something up; Colloquially, "to make" or "to make yourself (+ dative) to": begin to deal with something or someone; Colloquially, “take on someone (+ date)”: get angry and criticize someone because something has been done wrong
  • invest: trans. create or create something; trans. to add something; refl. to mess with someone: to start an argument; trans. invest; intrans., shipping: a ship berths: it arrives at the port and is moored; trans. put on a piece of clothing; intrans., firearm: aiming at a target with a firearm
  • arrange: put something in a certain order or distribution; give an order, order
  • arrange: transitive: to arrange in a certain way; Music: edit a piece of music; agree, organize; reflexive: submit
  • build up: build a structure; found and develop an institution, organization or similar; give someone psychological help; lean on something; refl. stand up; refl. to pile up
  • line up
  • put up: straighten something up; to put something in a place; to order someone to a place; form, form; propose for an election; develop something; Northern German making nonsense, making nonsense
  • set up: trans. in the combination of setting it up: arranging it, making it possible; make it work; prepare, decorate, furnish the home environment or any other place where one is staying; refl. prepare for something, expect something; start something, create something new
  • shape: give shape or concept to an object or process; often impersonal, shaping oneself: happening in reality
  • structure: divide something into individual, sometimes hierarchically ordered units for the sake of clarity; reflexive: to be divided into individual sections
  • organize: trans. to put something in a certain order or distribution; Clarify the situation
  • shunting: Move vehicles, especially railway wagons, put them in a certain order or remove a wagon from a train; take or have been assigned a place within a group
  • serialize
  • structure: to bring something into a certain, suitable, form (structure) following rules; reflexively subdivide, subdivide; Provide textile science with patterns in a slightly raised surface
  • systematize: create a system, create; bring into a system
  • put together: put something in a common place; To arrange something under a certain aspect in such a way that something new, uniform and self-consistent emerges
  • Find entrance
  • build in: separable, transitive: insert and fasten exactly matching parts in something that is already there; separable, transitive: insert something into a written or oral text
  • introduce: bring a commodity across a border into a country / area; to apply something new; to gain some validity; make something known, bring it to use; to introduce something: to give an introduction; Bring something into a room, a gap, an opening
  • deploy: trans. bring someone into a position, position, dignity, give someone rights; trans. provide or use any means or tool; trans. add a part to a whole; Bury plants in an area; Bring fish into a body of water, game into a territory; to begin; trans. to risk something at the risk of losing it; to devote oneself fully to a task, a goal; act in favor of a person
  • feed in: Continuously adding technology to an existing system, such as water, electricity or a signal
  • develop: generally think up something, plan something; Biology, reflexive: changing into an adult, adult animal; Biology, reflexive: arise from older forms of life (evolution); Photography, transitive: making the image visible on an exposed film or similar; Technology, transitive: Bringing a product from the idea to series production; general, reflexive: arising from something
  • to implement: 1a) execute or complete something, in particular to give a practical effect and to ensure current fulfillment based on concrete measurements 1b) provide, equip or expand something with instruments (tools), opinions or expressions; EDP, IT: insert an extension or sub-program into an existing program, in particular to expand the range of functions of the higher-level program
  • shape
  • implement: move to another place 1a) Horticulture: replant; reflexive: move to another seat; do something, realize something; convert; reflexive: transforming oneself; Economy: make sales
  • to arrive (at) (coll., fig.)
  • to notice: trans. to regain consciousness; perceive something; trans. make an oral (outdated also a written) and often shorter contribution; say something
  • detect
  • become aware (go)
  • notice: perceive something with the senses; become aware of something
  • to notice (coll.): Received (without consideration) to take away; to take note of
  • perceive: upscale: (sensually) perceive
  • to register: notice something, perceive it; Enter in a register, a card index, a directory or the like
  • perceive: trans. grasp with the senses; trans. appear at an agreed time; trans. to take care of something, to take care of someone, to take care of one's own business; trans. use something (for example a possibility)
  • to take note of
  • hire
  • carry out: put a plan, project or order into action; to do something, to perform an action; to take a tour through something with someone, to show someone something
  • do
  • to do
  • make
  • organize: trans. to organize something; to do something
  • to perpetrate: trans. to do something negative, harmful
  • make: make something
  • design: develop something in its basic features
  • develop: generally think up something, plan something; Biology, reflexive: changing into an adult, adult animal; Biology, reflexive: arise from older forms of life (evolution); Photography, transitive: making the image visible on an exposed film or similar; Technology, transitive: Bringing a product from the idea to series production; general, reflexive: arising from something
  • create: upscale: let arise through your own creative power
  • create: build something, erect, manufacture
  • produce: trans. to make something; cause
  • to form: trans. to give something a form or shape; trans. affect a person's character; refl. get a different shape or form
  • shape: give shape or concept to an object or process; often impersonal, shaping oneself: happening in reality
  • bring forth: say something orally produce a result, workflow; to achieve something, to bring it about
  • create: raised: let arise through your own creative power
  • to produce: transitive: to make something, to create a product; reflexive, mostly pejorative: to present oneself in public
  • create: to create something artistically or by hand
  • scoop: trans. take something out of a large amount of liquid a) liquid, with a small vessel or your hands b) solids, with a net or the like; lifted: breathe air; mental states: win, relate; Hunter's language, with game: drink; in the case of paper: produced by pouring paper pulp onto a mold plate; to create something
  • transact: unwind, disconnect; do something, carry out a task; reflexive: happening, happening; dissolve, liquidate a company
  • To run: sell to other countries; act transitive to obey an instruction; perform as instructed; transitive to put something planned into action; do a certain activity transitively; do something specific; run a program especially in the EDP; invite you to a specific location or event; to explain something more transitively
  • accomplish: trans., intrans., paper German: mastering something, completing something satisfactorily, achieving something
  • carry out: put a plan, project or order into action; to do something, to perform an action; to take a tour through something with someone, to show someone something
  • take care of: finish something; bring to an end; do a job that is pending; Colloquially: to act against someone in such a way that he loses power and influence or becomes defenseless; Ganovenslang: kill someone; take care of themselves: no longer need perfection; finished without any action
  • Afford: Do something good for yourself, treat yourself to something; dare to do something that might break the rules; accomplish something, work; have the financial means; about things: show a specific achievement
  • implement: move to another place 1a) Horticulture: replant; reflexive: move to another seat; do something, realize something; convert; reflexive: transforming oneself; Economy: make sales
  • perform: perform an activity or work
  • perform: transitive: perform / perform (an action)
  • To become reality
  • fulfill (wishes): control thoughts, trigger strong feelings; transitive: let something become reality, meet wishes or demands; mostly about non-concrete things like gas, sound, music, smoke, laughter in a closed room: taking up space, spreading; occupy them in a mostly positive way and fill up the time of life
  • translate into action
  • make it come true)

Another word (synonym) for to realize - Source: OpenThesaurus


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Entries from our dictionary that contain "realize":

time: ... play time - delay a little hit the nerve of the time - realize something at the right time and thus meet the zeitgeist (trend) the ravages of time - visibility ...

walk: ... - be released for printing and be printed will come true - become reality, realize yourself go to a / the PERSONAL ASSOCIATION - enter, become a member: in ...

understand: ... colloquial) eat, follow, (colloquial) understand, solve, (casually) gather, realize, (colloquial) buckle, (Namibia, colloquial) ignite 2b) grasp ...

grammatical: ... An undertaking, since one or more grammatical references and formal connections have to be realized. "Translations Greek (new): 1) ο γραμματικός (male) ...

courage: On the other hand, the courage to buy shares seems to have largely been lost, especially since foreigners have recently mainly sold German shares - mainly in order to realize currency gains


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realized (German) Part of Speech: Participle II Hyphenation: re | a | li | siert Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [ʁealiˈziːɐ̯t]…