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real1 US English

Actually existing as a thing or occurring in fact; not imagined or supposed

real2 US English

The basic monetary unit of Brazil since 1994, equal to 100 centavos

real US Thesaurus

is she a fictional character or a real person?

real New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

monetary unit of Brazil

for real US English

Used to assert that something is genuine or is actually the case

get real! US English

Used to convey that an idea or statement is foolish or overly idealistic

real live US English

Used to emphasize the existence of something, especially if it is surprising or unusual

real ale US English

Cask-conditioned beer that is served traditionally, without additional gas pressure

real life US English

Life as it is lived in reality, involving unwelcome as well as welcome experiences, as distinct from a fictional world

real line US English

A notional line in which every real number is conceived of as represented by a point

real time US English

The actual time during which a process or event occurs

Ciudad Real US English

An agricultural market town in central Spain, between the Guadiana and Jablón rivers, capital of Ciudad Real province; population 72,200 (est. 2008)

real money US English

Money in a large or significant amount

real estate US English

Property consisting of land or buildings

real tennis US English

British term for court tennis.

real wages US English

Income expressed in terms of purchasing power as opposed to actual money received

real world US English

The existing state of things, as opposed to one that is imaginary, simulated, or theoretical

real account US English

An account dealing with the material assets of a business, such as its property

real presence US English

The actual presence of Christ’s body and blood in the Eucharistic elements

real property US English

Fixed property, principally land and buildings

the real deal US English

A person or thing considered to be a genuine or supremely good example of their kind

the real thing US English

A thing that is absolutely genuine or authentic

real estate agent US English

A person who sells and rents out buildings and land for clients

find US English

A discovery of something valuable, typically something of archaeological interest

trouper US English

A reliable and uncomplaining person

a bummer in bummer US English

A thing that is annoying or disappointing

in terms of US English

With regard to the particular aspect or subject specified

for real in real1 US English

Used to assert that something is genuine or is actually the case

get real! in real1 US English

Used to convey that an idea or statement is foolish or overly idealistic

real live in real1 US English

Used to emphasize the existence of something, especially if it is surprising or unusual

real money in real1 US English

Money in a large or significant amount

will the real —— please stand up US English

Used rhetorically to indicate that the specified person should clarify their position or reveal their true character

the real deal in deal1 US English

A person or thing considered to be a genuine or supremely good example of their kind

the real thing in real1 US English

A thing that is absolutely genuine or authentic

in terms of in term US English

With regard to the particular aspect or subject specified

hyperreal US English

Exaggerated in comparison to reality

McCoy US English

The real thing; the genuine article


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