- become fully aware of (something) as a fact; understand clearly；cause (something desired or anticipated) to happen
verb: realize, 3rd person present: realizes, gerund or present participle: realizing, past tense: realized, past participle: realized
- 1. become fully aware of (something) as a fact; understand clearly he realized his mistake at once they realized that something was wrong 同義詞
- 2. cause (something desired or anticipated) to happen his worst fears have been realized our loans are helping small business realize their dreams
- ▪ fulfill it is only now that she is beginning to realize her potential 同義詞
- 3. give actual or physical form to the stage designs have been beautifully realized
- ▪ use (a linguistic feature) in a particular spoken or written form the item can be realized with a fully low front vowel
- ▪ add to or complete (a piece of music left sparsely notated by the composer) other reconstruction work has involved realizing short score into full score
- 4. make (money or a profit) from a transaction she realized a profit of $100,000 同義詞
- ▪ (of goods) be sold for (a specified price); fetch the drawings are expected to realize $500,000
- ▪ convert (an asset) into cash he realized all the assets in her trust fund 同義詞
- become fully aware of (something) as a fact; understand clearly: he realized his mistake at once they realized that something was wrong
您好~個人淺見請參考 我想到的解釋是 在您舉出的句中 realized是[瞭解到]/[明白]/[認知到]之意 這個[realize]並非主詞主動去做 是被 告知/被...
realize v. to understand a situation, sometimes suddenly 例句: As he watched the TV drama, he suddenly realized (that) he'd seen it before realize有那種一下子突然想通,豁然開朗的意思...
在此可做 [發現], [想起]..... 順便把你的原句修飾一下 Actually, I just realized that I don't need to be picked up on saturday... 其實, 我剛剛才想起來(你)星期六不用來接我 其實, 我發現(你)星期六不用來接我