Definition of Realisation

1. Noun. A musical composition that has been completed or enriched by someone other than the composer.

Exact synonyms: Realization
Generic synonyms: Composition, Musical Composition, Opus, Piece, Piece Of Music
Derivative terms: Realize



2. Noun. Coming to understand something clearly and distinctly. "Increasing recognition that diabetes frequently coexists with other chronic diseases"
Exact synonyms: Realization, Recognition
Generic synonyms: Apprehension, Discernment, Savvy, Understanding
Derivative terms: Realise, Realise, Realize, Realize

3. Noun. 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.
Exact synonyms: Realization
Generic synonyms: Cut-rate Sale, Sale, Sales Event
Derivative terms: Realise, Realize

4. Noun. The completion or enrichment of a piece of music left sparsely notated by a composer.
Exact synonyms: Realization
Generic synonyms: Composing, Composition
Derivative terms: Realize

5. Noun. Making real or giving the appearance of reality.
Exact synonyms: Actualisation, Actualization, Realization
Generic synonyms: Creating By Mental Acts
Specialized synonyms: Objectification
Derivative terms: Actualise, Actualize, Realise, Realize

6. Noun. Something that is made real or concrete. "The victory was the realization of a whole year's work"
Exact synonyms: Fruition, Realization
Generic synonyms: Consummation
Derivative terms: Realise, Realize

Definition of Realisation

1. Noun. (alternative spelling of realization) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Lexicographical Neighbors of Realisation

realgars
realia
realign
realigned
realigner
realigners
realigning
realignment
realignments
realigns
realine
realis
realis mood
realisability
realisable
realisation
realisations
realise
realised
realiser
realisers
realises
realising
realism
realisms
realist
realistic
realistically
realisticity
realisticness

Literary usage of Realisation

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Accounting in Theory and Practice: A Text-book for the Use of Accountants by George Lisle (1906)
"Realisation and Liquidation Accounts are sometimes prepared in the form ... Any surplus on realisation is added, and any deficiency or loss on realisation ..."

2. Accounting in Theory and Practice: A Text-book for the Use of Accountants by George Lisle (1906)
"Realisation and Liquidation Accounts are sometimes prepared in the form of Accounts ... Any surplus on realisation is added, and any deficiency or loss on ..."

3. An Introductory Study of Ethics by Warner Fite (1903)
"SELF AND SELF-Realisation From this analysis of self-consciousness and ... The realisation of self is the realisation of the purpose implied in the ..."

4. Genetic Theory of Reality: Being the Outcome of Genetic Logic as Issuing in by James Mark Baldwin (1915)
"^Esthetic Realisation an Immediacy both of Reconciliation and of Fulfilment 13. In what we have just said, it has appeared that the immediacy of aesthetic ..."

5. The History of Israel by Heinrich Ewald (1883)
"So that in this case also nothing but the realisation itself could show in what manner it was now capable once more of revival. Yet the anticipation and ..."

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