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real

adjective (NOT IMAGINARY) 非想像的     /rɪəl/ US  /riː.əl/
existing in fact; not imaginary 實際存在的,現實的;真實的 Assuring the patient that she has a real and not imaginary problem is the first step. 使病人確信她真的有病,並非杯弓蛇影,這是對她進行治療的第一步。 There is a very real threat that he will lose his job. 他的確有失去工作的危險。 True, real, false, and unreal
real earnings/income, etc.
the value of earnings, etc. after the effect of rising prices is considered (把物價上漲因素考慮在內的)實際收入 Wages rose by 2.9% last year, but real earnings still fell by 1.3%. 去年薪金增長了2.9%,但實際收入卻仍然下降了1.3%。 Earning money and money earned
in real terms
existing in fact, despite what appears to be the situation 實際地;真實地;事實上 A family man's earnings rose 5% in real terms after deducting income tax, etc. 在扣除收入所得稅等項之後,一個家庭男主人的收入實際增加了5%。 True, real, false, and unreal
(Definition of real adjective (NOT IMAGINARY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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