realize from

realize something from something

 
1. to perceive something from some kind of evidence. I just now realized something from what you've been saying. Tom realized how wrong he had been from what Mary told him.
2. to reap a profit by selling an asset that has increased in value. He realized a large profit from the sale of the house. We hoped to realize a lot of money from the sale of stock.
See also: realize
References in classic literature ?
Tess was woman enough to realize from their avowals to herself that Angel Clare had the honour of all the dairymaids in his keeping, and her perception of his care to avoid compromising the happiness of either in the least degree bred a tender respect in Tess for what she deemed, rightly or wrongly, the self-controlling sense of duty shown by him, a quality which she had never expected to find in one of the opposite sex, and in the absence of which more than one of the simple hearts who were his house-mates might have gone weeping on her pilgrimage.
Ariba's spend management solutions are designed to complement and enhance the value that companies realize from ERP implementations by providing technology, commodity expertise and services required to drive spend management results.
THERE IS NO ASSURANCE REGARDING WHAT LEVEL OF FUTURE INCOME, IF ANY, HPT MAY REALIZE FROM THESE COMPONENTS.