Translation of reality in Spanish:

reality

Pronunciation: /riˈæləti/

n (pl -ties)

  • 1 1.1 u (real existence) realidad (f)
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    • But when image is your concern, the unpleasant realities of war present big problems.
    • It wants to make sure it cannot actually focus on the realities of family life.
    • Some of these children have their own first-hand experience of the realities of war.
    1.2 c u (actual circumstances) realidad (f) the realities of life la realidad de la vida to become (a) reality hacerse* realidad in reality en realidad
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    • You see, a long time ago, some academic came up with the idea that reality doesn't actually exist.
    • It has kept all of us in touch with reality as it exists in Tokyo and Japan along with a better understanding of what Tokyo and Japan are all about.
    • Recognition and acceptance of truth and reality replaces false ideas.
  • 2 u (realism) realismo (m)
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    • Harsh reality is created with striking clarity throughout the collection, leaving the reader both awed and dismayed.
    • He loved acting and the people that were in it and that could produce and create moments of great reality.
    • Only when films regain the sparks of creativity, originality and reality, will we see crowds in cinema halls again.

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