- v. chiefly British alternative spelling of realize.
- v. expand or complete (a part in a piece of baroque music) by supplying the harmonies indicated in the figured bass
- v. convert into cash; of goods and property
- v. be fully aware or cognizant of
- v. make real or concrete; give reality or substance to
- v. perceive (an idea or situation) mentally
- v. earn on some commercial or business transaction; earn as salary or wages
- real + -ise (Wiktionary)
“These peopel are coming out of the woodwork, and what Americans fail to realise is exactly what were these peopel doing for the average citizen before they chose to run for election.”
“Only palin realise that she can never get her re-election so run run run ...”
“However, what many people fail to realise is that Twitter does allow you to control who sees your updates if you wish — a setting you can enable almost as soon as you create an account, though Twitter hardly goes out of its way to make that clear.”
“What most people don't realise is it's not as safe as it's made out to be.”
“What you dont realise is that Nelson et al are deliberately setting this up for a Second Stimulus bill in the 2nd quarter, this time including the so-obvious state aid.”
“What he doesn't realise is that it is not just an experiment.”
“What many will fail to realise is that regardless of whether it is a man or a woman, it takes a true blue blood to flow in your veins to be able counter head-on the dangers, the likes of which is descending upon the Fijian people.”
“What people fail to realise is that gay people are social beings too, like all the people in the world, they want to love and be loved and engage in bodily pleasure and satisfaction, so if you force them into oblivion and make them hide their sexuality it puts people in the sexual equation at risk.”
“The thing you have to realise is neither of the systems are completely consistent bodies of knowledge, and they are both VERY complicated. often, the public, especially high school students, are educated with gross oversimplifications.”
“What Buma/Stemra doesn't seem to realise, is that embedded movies do not equal music made by an artist they represent.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘realise’.
Definition Many of these can also be dynamic.
Please just list bare infinitives to keep the list wieldy. Perhaps a tag (e.g., “stative”) would be sufficient for participles.)
A list of words that deserve their 'British' spelling. Use of the American method ought to be punishable by death.
Looking for tweets for realise.