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Meanings of Real-life:

noun

What happens in human situations rather than in a story, film, etc.

Usage examples:

In real life the star of the movie is a devoted husband and father., [ before noun ] a real-life st…

Realer

riːl

Meanings of Realer:

adjective

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

Usage examples:

Julius caesar was a real person
adverb

Really; very.

Usage examples:

My head hurts real bad
noun

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

Usage examples:

Plus, currencies in these markets have strengthened, meaning returns in hungarian forints or brazil…

Realest

riːl

Meanings of Realest:

adjective

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

Usage examples:

Julius caesar was a real person
adverb

Really; very.

Usage examples:

My head hurts real bad
noun

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

Usage examples:

Plus, currencies in these markets have strengthened, meaning returns in hungarian forints or brazil…

Realgar

rɪˈalɡə

Meanings of Realgar:

noun

A soft reddish mineral consisting of arsenic sulphide, formerly used as a pigment and in fireworks.

Usage examples:

Orpiment is a lesser mineral associated with realgar and lead sulfosalts in dolomite at binnental, …

Realia

reɪˈɑːlɪə

Meanings of Realia:

noun

Objects and material from everyday life used as teaching aids.

Usage examples:

The industrial english language course makes extensive and varied use of realia, such as specificat…

Meanings of Realign:

verb

Change or restore to a different or former position or state.

Usage examples:

They worked to relieve his shoulder pain and realign the joint

Realigned

ˌriː.əˈlaɪn

Meanings of Realigned:

verb

Change or restore to a different or former position or state.

Usage examples:

They worked to relieve his shoulder pain and realign the joint

Meanings of Realigning:

verb

Change or restore to a different or former position or state.

Usage examples:

They worked to relieve his shoulder pain and realign the joint

Realignment

ˌriː.əˈlaɪn.mənt

Meanings of Realignment:

noun

The action of changing or restoring something to a different or former position or state.

Usage examples:

The scheme will require the realignment of local roads

Realignments

ˌriː.əˈlaɪn.mənt

Meanings of Realignments:

noun

The action of changing or restoring something to a different or former position or state.

Usage examples:

The scheme will require the realignment of local roads

Meanings of Realigns:

verb

Change or restore to a different or former position or state.

Usage examples:

They worked to relieve his shoulder pain and realign the joint

Meanings of Realisable:

adjective

Able to be achieved or made to happen.

Usage examples:

The need to define realizable targets

Realisation

ˌrɪə.laɪˈzeɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Realisation:

noun

An act of becoming fully aware of something as a fact.

Usage examples:

A growing realization of the need to create common economic structures

Realise

ˈrɪə.laɪz

Meanings of Realise:

verb

Become fully aware of (something) as a fact; understand clearly.

Usage examples:

He realized his mistake at once

Realised

ˈrɪəlaɪzd

Meanings of Realised:

verb

Become fully aware of (something) as a fact; understand clearly.

Usage examples:

He realized his mistake at once
adjective

Used to refer to profits or losses when shares, investments, etc. are sold, as opposed to an increase or reduction in their value without selling them

Usage examples:

Results included net realized investment losses of $38.8 million in the latest quarter.

Realises

ˈrɪə.laɪz

Meanings of Realises:

verb

Become fully aware of (something) as a fact; understand clearly.

Usage examples:

He realized his mistake at once

Meanings of Realising:

verb

Become fully aware of (something) as a fact; understand clearly.

Usage examples:

He realized his mistake at once

Meanings of Realist:

noun

A person who accepts a situation as it is and is prepared to deal with it accordingly.

Usage examples:

I am a realist, with no time for your world of make believe
adjective

Accepting a situation as it is and being prepared to deal with it accordingly.

Usage examples:

A realist view of the world, its problems, and its future

Realistic

ˌrɪəˈlɪs.tɪk

Meanings of Realistic:

adjective

Having or showing a sensible and practical idea of what can be achieved or expected.

Usage examples:

I thought we had a realistic chance of winning

Realistically

ˌrɪəˈlɪs.tɪ.kəl.i

Meanings of Realistically:

adverb

In a way that demonstrates a sensible and practical idea of what can be achieved or expected.

Usage examples:

How well can each candidate realistically expect to do?

Meanings of Realisticize:

verb

To make (something) realistic, or appear to be realistic.

Realists

ˈrɪə.lɪst

Meanings of Realists:

noun

A person who accepts a situation as it is and is prepared to deal with it accordingly.

Usage examples:

I am a realist, with no time for your world of make believe
adjective

Accepting a situation as it is and being prepared to deal with it accordingly.

Usage examples:

A realist view of the world, its problems, and its future

Realities

riˈæl.ə.ti

Meanings of Realities:

noun

The state of things as they actually exist, as opposed to an idealistic or notional idea of them.

Usage examples:

He refuses to face reality

Meanings of Reality:

noun

The state of things as they actually exist, as opposed to an idealistic or notional idea of them.

Usage examples:

He refuses to face reality

Realizable

ˈrɪə.laɪ.zə.bəl

Meanings of Realizable:

adjective

Able to be achieved or made to happen.

Usage examples:

The need to define realizable targets

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