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real  

[1]  
      adj  
1    existing or occurring in the physical world; not imaginary, fictitious, or theoretical; actual  
2    prenominal   true; actual; not false  
the real reason     
3    prenominal   deserving the name; rightly so called  
a real friend, a real woman     
4    not artificial or simulated; genuine  
real sympathy, real fur     
5    (of food, etc.) traditionally made and having a distinct flavour  
real ale, real cheese     
6      (Philosophy)   existent or relating to actual existence (as opposed to nonexistent, potential, contingent, or apparent)  
7    prenominal     (Economics)   (of prices, incomes, wages, etc.) considered in terms of purchasing power rather than nominal currency value  
8    prenominal   denoting or relating to immovable property such as land and tenements  
real property         Compare       personal  
9      (Physics)      See       image       2  
10      (Maths)   involving or containing real numbers alone; having no imaginary part  
11      (Music)  
a    (of the answer in a fugue) preserving the intervals as they appear in the subject  
b    denoting a fugue as having such an answer  
   Compare       tonal       3  
12    Informal   (intensifier)  
a real fool, a real genius     
13    the real thing   the genuine article, not an inferior or mistaken substitute  
      n  
14       short for       real number  
15    the real   that which exists in fact; reality  
16    for real  
Slang   not as a test or trial; in earnest  
     (C15: from Old French réel, from Late Latin realis, from Latin res thing)  
  realness      n  
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Consulte también:

real, real, chattel real, Ciudad Real

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exp.
in real life
[Internet slang] Life in the real world, in contrast to life on the Internet.
n.
Norme d'accès facile aux biens immobiliers.
n.
(british slang) "a strong drink" as in "i need a stiff whisky so pour me a real snorter", or (nautical slang) "a strong wind".
Slang
n.
a person who prefers to interact with his/her Google glasses rather than communicating with people in real life
[Neologism]
exp.
business operating in a "real world" not on the internet : like a department store, a car manufacturer
see : click and mortar : a business that combine new technologies and traditional business

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