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The example sentences of REALIZING in videos (15 in total of 1131)

without preposition or subordinating conjunction consciously adverb realizing verb, gerund or present participle that preposition or subordinating conjunction we personal pronoun do verb, non-3rd person singular present so adverb .
not adverb realizing verb, gerund or present participle it personal pronoun 's verb, 3rd person singular present a determiner wi proper noun, singular - fi proper noun, singular issue noun, singular or mass
realizing verb, gerund or present participle the determiner dark adjective side noun, singular or mass radiating verb, gerund or present participle from preposition or subordinating conjunction her possessive pronoun .
without preposition or subordinating conjunction realizing verb, gerund or present participle it personal pronoun , you personal pronoun have verb, non-3rd person singular present core noun, singular or mass values noun, plural .
. . . is verb, 3rd person singular present always adverb me personal pronoun realizing verb, gerund or present participle that preposition or subordinating conjunction i personal pronoun 'm verb, non-3rd person singular present not adverb
not adverb realizing verb, gerund or present participle that preposition or subordinating conjunction they personal pronoun 're verb, non-3rd person singular present not adverb hungry adjective ,
before preposition or subordinating conjunction realizing verb, gerund or present participle that preposition or subordinating conjunction he personal pronoun should modal n't adverb quit verb, base form .
garbage noun, singular or mass cans noun, plural and coordinating conjunction realizing verb, gerund or present participle they personal pronoun are verb, non-3rd person singular present
is verb, 3rd person singular present you personal pronoun must modal let verb, base form go noun, singular or mass of preposition or subordinating conjunction realizing verb, gerund or present participle
and coordinating conjunction start verb, base form realizing verb, gerund or present participle you're proper noun, singular on preposition or subordinating conjunction a determiner marathon noun, singular or mass .
and coordinating conjunction at preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner same adjective time noun, singular or mass , realizing verb, gerund or present participle
i personal pronoun 'm verb, non-3rd person singular present realizing verb, gerund or present participle what wh-pronoun 's verb, 3rd person singular present on preposition or subordinating conjunction the determiner line noun, singular or mass .
is verb, 3rd person singular present realizing verb, gerund or present participle you're proper noun, singular afraid adjective of preposition or subordinating conjunction losing verb, gerund or present participle this determiner
and coordinating conjunction i personal pronoun started verb, past tense realizing verb, gerund or present participle that determiner , yes interjection ,
so preposition or subordinating conjunction i personal pronoun started verb, past tense realizing verb, gerund or present participle the determiner capabilities noun, plural

Use "realizing" in a sentence | "realizing" example sentences

How to use "realizing" in a sentence?

  • Philanthropy, like Red Cross voluntarism, is realizing the enhancing influence of cultural diversity. Inviting the full participation of all the community's resources leads to win-win situations.
    -Gwen Jackson-
  • True compassion does not come from wanting to help out those less fortunate than ourselves but from realizing our kinship with all beings.
    -Pema Chodron-
  • The more a man knows about himself in relation to every kind of experience, the greater his chance of suddenly, one fine morning, realizing who in fact he is.
    -Aldous Huxley-
  • Sitting at the table during Color Purple and looking up and suddenly realizing I was acting in front of Steven Spielberg, was pretty cool. It was pretty good.
    -Whoopi Goldberg-
  • The happiness consists in realizing that it is all a great strange dream.
    -Jack Kerouac-
  • We can only save ourselves through elevating our individual consciousness, by realizing there is already completeness within, and exercising as much considerate independence, respect and fairness as is possible.
    -Bryant H. McGill-
  • True compassion is undirected & holds no conceptual focus. That kind of genuine, true compassion is only possible after realizing emptiness.
    -Tsoknyi Rinpoche-
  • I am very lucky because I am realizing my childhood dreams, and after presenting my shows it's like a party.
    -Jean Paul Gaultier-

Definition and meaning of REALIZING

What does "realizing mean?"

/ˈrē(ə)ˌlīz/

realizing

verb
To become aware of or understand mentally.

What are synonyms of "realizing"?
Some common synonyms of "realizing" are:
  • register,
  • perceive,
  • discern,
  • notice,
  • understand,
  • grasp,
  • comprehend,
  • see,
  • recognize,
  • appreciate,

You can find detailed definitions of them on this page.

/ˈrejəstər/

register
noun verb

Range of notes of a person's (singing) voice. (Of feelings) to show or make visible.

/pərˈsēv/

perceive
verb

To notice or become aware of something.

/dəˈsərn/

discern
verb

To be able to tell differences, see shapes, etc..

/ˈnōdəs/

notice
noun verb

Time by when you must leave, e.g. if you are fired. To become aware by sight, touch, or hearing.

/ˌəndərˈstand/

understand
verb

To know the meaning of language, what someone says.

/ɡrasp/

grasp
noun verb

Person's control over something. To hold something in your hand very tightly.

/ˌkämprəˈhend/

comprehend
verb

grasp mentally.

see

/sē/

see
verb

To go on a date with someone.

/ˈrekəɡˌnīz/

recognize
verb

To accept the legal authority of someone, thing.

/əˈprēSHēˌāt/

appreciate
verb

recognize worth of.