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Spanish translation of “virtual”

virtual

adjective /ˈveː(r)tʃuəl/
almost (as described), though not exactly in every way
virtual
a virtual collapse of the economy.
virtual reality noun (computing) a computer system that creates an environment that looks real on the screen and in which the person operating the computer can take part.
realidad virtual
(Definition of virtual from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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