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Polish translation of “real”

real

adjective
 
 
/rɪəl/
NOT IMAGINED A2 existing and not imagined
prawdziwy
Romance is never like that in real life.Reality and truth
TRUE B1 true and not pretended
prawdziwy
What was the real reason she didn't come? Is that your real name?Reality and truth
NOT ARTIFICIAL A2 not artificial or false
prawdziwy
real fur/leather It's not a toy gun, it's the real thing.Reality and truthNatural and artificial
FOR EMPHASIS [always before noun] B2 used to emphasize a noun
prawdziwy
She was a real help.Reality and truth
→ See also the real McCoy, Get real!
(Definition of real adjective from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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