1. to become aware
English word "realise"(to become aware) occurs in sets:new opportunities - intermediate
The way she flips her ponytail will charm you before you realise it.
Human beings, whether they realise it or not, continually seek happiness.
When are you going to realise that Graham isn't coming back?
I didn't realise.
I realise that on any other day, it wouldn't matter to me
Repairing a broken radio I realise over again that I don't have an understanding of the operating principles of circuitry.
Eh? We said we'd go to the park? I didn't realise.
I realised I forgot my ticket
To realise our dreams we must decide to wake up.
także realize. I realised i had my keys
They realised they were going the wrong way when they came to the river.
But then she met David, and she realised that she had nearly made a big mistake.
We realise that the situation that has arisen calls for action.
I wanted to become an actor, but then one day I realised I wasn’t talented enough.
There is a saying, that "Those who don't understand UNIX are condemned to reinvent it, poorly". If one looks at the Linux desktop, one will realise, that it's also true for desktop operating systems.
It was the realisation of his greatest ambition.
4. to suddenly begin to understand something