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realisations, plural; realizations, plural;
  1. An act of becoming fully aware of something as a fact
    • - there was a growing realization of the need to create common economic structures
    • - realization dawned suddenly
  2. The fulfillment or achievement of something desired or anticipated
    • - he did not live to see the realization of his dream
  3. An actual, complete, or dramatic form given to a concept or work
    • - a perfect realization of Bartók's Second Violin Concerto on disc
  4. The way in which a particular linguistic feature is used in speech or writing on a particular occasion

  5. An instance or embodiment of an abstract group as the set of symmetry operations of some object or set

  6. A particular series that might be generated by a specified random process

  7. The action of converting an asset into cash

  8. A sale of goods
    • - auction realizations

  1. coming to understand something clearly and distinctly; "a growing realization of the risk involved"; "a sudden recognition of the problem he faced"; "increasing recognition that diabetes frequently coexists with other chronic diseases"
  2. making real or giving the appearance of reality
  3. a musical composition that has been completed or enriched by someone other than the composer
  4. 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
  5. the completion or enrichment of a piece of music left sparsely notated by a composer
  6. something that is made real or concrete; "the victory was the realization of a whole year's work"
  7. Realization, or rather Biographie, is a sport climbing route on a crag on the southern face of the 2016-meter (6614-foot) Montagne de Céüse near Gap and Céüse, France.
  8. The Revenue recognition principle is a cornerstone of accrual accounting together with matching principle. They both determine the accounting period, in which revenues and expenses are recognized. ...
  9. Realisation is a subtask of Natural language generation, which involves creating an actual text in a human language (English, French, etc) from a syntactic representation. ...
  10. In probability and statistics, a realization, or observed value, of a random variable is the value that is actually observed (what actually happened). The random variable itself should be thought of as the process how the observation comes about. ...
  11. Realization, in the system theory context refers to a state space model implementing a given input-output behavior. For a linear time-invariant system specified by a transfer matrix, , a realization is any quadruple of matrices such that .
  12. Realization is a requirement in determining what must be included as income subject to taxation. It should not be confused with the separate concept of Recognition (tax).
  13. The act of realizing; an act of figuring out or becoming aware; The act of realizing; the act of making real; The result of an artistic effort
  14. (realize) To make real; to convert from the imaginary or fictitious into the actual; to bring into concrete existence; to accomplish; To become aware of a fact or situation; To cause to seem real; to impress upon the mind as actual; to feel vividly or strongly; to make one's own in ...
  15. (REALIZE) means to internalize a concept so that it becomes an automatic basis of living from which you make choices and take actions without conscious consideration.  Like we "realize" gravity, deep in our cellular structure, so we don't think about not returning to earth after we jump up.
  16. (Realize (a profit or loss)) The act of closing a position, incurring a profit or a loss. As long as a position is not closed, the profit or loss remains unrealized.
  17. (realize) bardırırģa, etеrgе, aŋılarģa, es cıyarģa
  18. (realized) To comprehend completely or correctly
  19. The amount realized from the sale or other disposition of property shall be the sum of any money received plus the fair market value of the property (other than money) received.
  20. The representation of an image on an output device. Sometimes meant to signify the current rendered version of some particular graphics data.
  21. For theory, practice and r., s. pariyatti .
  22. When something actually happens. In accounting, revenue is recognized when goods and services are delivered (realized). Expenditures are recognized when goods and services purchased are received (realized). Expenses are recognized when assets are consumed or used.
  23. An acquisition of new knowledge by arriving at an understanding of something that had been obscured or confusing before.
  24. The sale of assets when an entity is being liquidated.
  25. A deep understanding that becomes part of us and changes our outlook on the world.