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[ US /ˈɹiɫəˈzeɪʃən/ ]
  1. a musical composition that has been completed or enriched by someone other than the composer
  2. making real or giving the appearance of reality
  3. something that is made real or concrete
    the victory was the realization of a whole year's work
  4. coming to understand something clearly and distinctly
    increasing recognition that diabetes frequently coexists with other chronic diseases
    a growing realization of the risk involved
    a sudden recognition of the problem he faced
  5. a sale in order to obtain money (as a sale of stock or a sale of the estate of a bankrupt person) or the money so obtained
  6. the completion or enrichment of a piece of music left sparsely notated by a composer
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How To Use realization In A Sentence

  • The realization of Putonghua Level Test is done by the interaction between the testee's vocal information and psychological factors as well as the tester's psychological rules and appraisals.
  • It was fabulous, gorgeous in its excess, the ultimate realization of some untrammeled private fantasy.
  • It deals with the present practice in museography, which is dedicated to distribution of knowledge and realization of modern scientific researches.
  • Woke this morning with the grim realization that I had not polished the column - in fact, I'd just roughed it out, sketched out the basic ideas.
  • extended sense", but they are incapable of satisfying (B2), precisely because their way of satisfying (B1) is committed to a non-concatenative realization of syntactic structures. The Language of Thought Hypothesis
  • It was also the introduction of distrust, a sentiment that had only before been embraced by radicals and beatniks, and the realization that all was not well.
  • Alucius was silent, watching the realization of what must have happened dawn on the boy.
  • For example, an interest in the context sensitivity of realization in philosophy of mind (Wilson 2004, ch. 6) invokes issues pertaining to the context objection, individuation, temporality (especially causation versus constitution), and intrinsicality. Reductionism in Biology
  • The symptoms you describe sound like they might be those of depersonalization and derealization, which are often related to underlying anxiety disorders. Posthuman Blues
  • A realization crept into them that perhaps he hadn't got me in the bag. A DARKENING STAIN
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