Bedeutung von “real” im Essential American English Dictionary


adjective us /ˈri·əl, ril/

A2 existing and not imagined:

He’s not real you know, he’s just a character in a book.
Romance is never like that in real life.

A2 not false:

real leather

B1 true and not pretended:

Is that your real name?

being the most important or the main thing:

The real problem is money.

used to emphasize a noun:

She was a real help.
for real

taken seriously, not pretended:

I thought it was just a practice, but apparently it was for real.

(Definition von “real” aus dem Webster's Essential Mini Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)