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real /rɪəl/ adjective

Irregular Forms: (pl) reis


ارزش واقعی هر کالا یا خدمت در حالتی که با پول اندازه گیری شود ، راستین ، حقیقی ، واقعی ، موجود ، غیر مصنوعی ، طبیعی ، اصل ، بی خدشه ، صمیمی ، معماری: حقیقی ، قانون ـ فقه: حقیقی ، حقوق راجعه به اموال غیر منقول ، روانشناسی: واقعی ، بازرگانی: غیر پولی ، علوم هوایی: حقیقی
real
[adjective]
Synonyms: genuine, actual, authentic, factual, rightful, sincere, true, unfeigned, valid
Antonyms: bogus, unreal, apparent, imaginary
Related Idioms: deniable, disputable, doubtful, questionable, improbable, uncertain, unlikely
Related Words: being, existing, subsisting, certain, inevitable, necessary, sound, valid, well-grounded
English Thesaurus: genuine, real, authentic, true, bona fide, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. real1 S1 W1 /rɪəl/ adjective
[Word Family: noun: realism, realist, reality, unreality, realization; adverb: real, really, realisticallyunrealistically; adjective: real, unreal, realisticunrealistic; verb: realize]
[Date: 1400-1500; Language: Old French; Origin: Medieval Latin realis 'of things (in law)', from Latin res 'thing']

1. IMPORTANT something that is real exists and is important:
There is a real danger that the disease might spread.
We need to tackle the real problems of unemployment and poverty.
There is no real reason to worry.

2. NOT ARTIFICIAL something that is real is actually what it seems to be and not false or artificial Antonym : fake:
a coat made of real fur
She had never seen a real live elephant before.
Artificial flowers can sometimes look better than the real thing.

3. NOT IMAGINARY something that is real actually exists and is not just imagined:
The children know that Santa Claus isn’t a real person.
Dreams can sometimes seem very real.
Things don’t happen quite that easily in real life.

4. the real world used to talk about the difficult experience of living and working with other people, rather than being protected at home, at school, or at college:
the shock of leaving university and going out into the real world

5. TRUE [only before noun] actual and true, not invented:
That’s not her real name.
What was the real reason you quit your job?

6. FEELINGS a real feeling or emotion is one that you actually experience and is strong Synonym : genuine:
There was a look of real hatred in her eyes.
I got a real sense of achievement when my work was first published.

7. RIGHT QUALITIES [only before noun] a real thing has all the qualities you expect something of that type to have:
I remember my first real job.
Simon was her first real boyfriend.


SPOKEN PHRASES

8. FOR EMPHASIS [only before noun] used to emphasize how stupid, beautiful, terrible etc someone or something is:
Thanks – you’ve been a real help.
The house was a real mess.

9. for real seriously, not just pretending:
After two trial runs we did it for real.

10. are you for real? American English used when you are very surprised or shocked by what someone has done or said

11. get real! used to tell someone that they are being very silly or unreasonable

12. keep it real to behave in an honest way and not pretend to be different from how you really are

13. MONEY [only before noun] a real increase or decrease in an amount of money is one you calculate by including the general decrease in the value of money over a period of time:
a real increase of 6% in average wages
The average value of salaries has fallen in real terms (=calculated in this way).

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. real2 adverb American English spoken
[Word Family: noun: realism, realist, reality, unreality, realization; adverb: real, really, realisticallyunrealistically; adjective: real, unreal, realisticunrealistic; verb: realize]
very:
He’s real cute.
It was real nice to see you again.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

real
adj.
I. serious
VERBS be | become
ADV. all too, very Her suffering was all too real. the very real danger of war

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

real
II. genuine
VERBS be, look, seem
ADV. enough The pearls looked real enough.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

real
̈ɪrɪəl
See: for real , it's been real

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

REAL
Rhymes Equal Actual Life (rapper KRS-One; circa 1990)

[TahlilGaran] Acronyms and Abbreviations Dictionary


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