Bedeutung von “real” — Learner’s Dictionary


adjective uk /rɪəl/ us
Extra Examples
I love old movies, they're such an escape from the real world.The article criticizes parents who want to insulate their children from real life.She was relieved to wake up and discover the nightmare had not been real.Things like that don't happen in real life.His novels are based on real events.

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.

B1 true and not pretended:

What was the real reason she didn't come?
Is that your real name?

A2 not artificial or false:

It's not a toy gun, it's the real thing.
FOR EMPHASIS [ always before noun ]

B2 used to emphasize a noun:

She was a real help.

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(Definition von “real adjective” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)