Word: real

Category: real

Real Estate, Arts & Entertainment, Sports

Related words: real

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Synonyms: real

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: real

spanish
real, verdadero, efectivo


german
regelrecht, wirklich, sehr, wahr, echt, ...

french
actuel, objectif, substantiel, très, sérieux, ...

italian
vero, autentico, effettivo, reale

portuguese
muito, verdadeiro, real

dutch
terdege, feitelijk, erg, echt, werkelijk, ...

russian
недвижимый, неподдельный, настоящим, очень, действительный, ...

norwegian
ekte, faktisk

swedish
äkta, real, verklig, reell

finnish
kovin, varsin, sangen, oikein, tosi, ...

danish
egentlig, virkelig, ægte, rigtig

czech
věcný, podstatný, upřímný, reálný, pravdivý, ...

polish
rzeczywisty, realny, rzeczowy, konkretny, prawdziwy, ...

turkish
gerçek, çok, asıl, pek

greek
πραγματικός

ukrainian
нераціонально

albanian
real

estonian
reaal, tõeline

croatian
realan, pravo, pravog, stvarane, nepokretan, ...

icelandic
ekta, raunverulegur, sannur

latin
verus

lithuanian
tikras, labai

latvian
ļoti, īsts

romanian
adevărat, foarte

slovak
realitní, pravý

Popularity stats: real

Most searched by regions

New York, Maine, Massachusetts, California, Wyoming

Most searched by cities

New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Charlotte, Boston

The meaning and "use of": real

adjective
  • actually existing as a thing or occurring in fact; not imagined or supposed.
  • (of a substance or thing) not imitation or artificial; genuine.
  • complete; utter (used for emphasis).
  • adjusted for changes in the value of money; assessed by purchasing power.
  • of fixed property (i.e., land and buildings), as distinct from personal property.
  • (of a number or quantity) having no imaginary part.
  • (of an image) of a kind in which the light that forms it actually passes through it; not virtual.

noun
  • the basic monetary unit of Brazil since 1994, equal to 100 centavos.

adverb
  • really; very.

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