real

rɪəl

Перевод:

Adjective: реальный настоящий вещественный действительный
Adverb: действительно очень совсем
Noun: реал

Фразы:

real-estate broker - посредник по продаже недвижимости

calculable real number - вычислимое вещественное число

formidable / real challenge - настоящий вызов, истинное испытание

complete / perfect / real / true gentleman - настоящий, истинный джентльмен

real gone fashion reporter - действительно великолепный светский репортёр

real / ultimate adventure - настоящее приключение

real / realistic / reasonable hope - разумная, реальная надежда

real kinship - кровное родство

to mask one's real purpose - скрывать свою истинную цель

real person - фактическое лицо

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Примеры:

It looks real nice. - На вид — очень красиво.

She is a real talent. - Она — настоящий талант.

She's a real peach. - Она настоящая красавица.

The water is real warm. - Вода очень тёплая.

He's real cute. - Он — просто прелесть.

He's a real planner. - Он всегда всё тщательно рассчитывает.

She's a real tartar. - Она — настоящая фурия /мегера/.

What is his real name? - Как его настоящее имя?

That guy is a real nut. - Этот парень — настоящий псих /чудак/.

We had a real good time. - Мы замечательно /очень хорошо/ провели время.

The film is a real loser. - Фильм — полный отстой.

We went to bed real late. - Мы легли спать очень поздно.

That's not her real name. - Это не её настоящее имя.

She's a real baseball nut. - Она настоящая бейсбольная фанатка.

Our boss is a real tyrant. - Наш шеф — настоящий тиран.

Your baby is a real cutie. - Твой малыш — просто прелесть.

He's a real softie. - Он просто тряпка.

Jan's a real peach. - Джен — настоящая красотка.

That's a real poser. - Это очень трудный вопрос.

He's a real golf fiend. - Он настоящий фанат гольфа.

This job's a real doss. - Эта работа — что называется, не бей лежачего /легче некуда/.

Ben, you're a real gem! - Бен, ты просто находка.

Jake's a real tough guy. - Джейк очень крутой парень.

I'm real sorry about it. - Я очень об этом сожалею. / Прости меня за это.

She works in real estate. - Она работает в сфере недвижимости.

The book is a real loser. - Книга — жуткое барахло.

Your car is a real honey. - Машина у тебя — просто конфетка.

She's swell, a real lady. - Она одевается стильно, как настоящая леди.

The wine had a real kick. - Вино реально вставило /ударило по мозгам/.

The house was a real mess. - В доме всё было вверх дном. / В доме царил самый настоящий бардак.

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Связанные термины:

reis: a former Portuguese and Brazilian money of account

for real: If you say that someone does something for real, you mean that they actually do it and do not just pretend to do it.

real ale: Real ale is beer which is stored in a barrel and is pumped from it without the use of carbon dioxide.

real life: If something happens in real life, it actually happens and is not just in a story or in someone's imagination .

real live: You use real live to say that someone or something is present or exists, when you want to indicate that you think this is exciting and unusual or unexpected .

real love: Love is a very strong feeling of affection towards someone who you are romantically or sexually attracted to.

real part: the term a in a complex number a + i b, where i = √–1

real time: If something is done in real time, there is no noticeable delay between the action and its effect or consequence.

the real: that which exists in fact ; reality

Ciudad Real: a market town in S central Spain . Pop: 65 703 (2003 est)

real change: If there is a change in something, it becomes different.

real estate: Real estate is property in the form of land and buildings, rather than personal possessions .

real income: the amount of goods and services that money income will buy

real issue: If something is the issue, it is the thing you consider to be the most important part of a situation or discussion .

real money: Money is the coins or bank notes that you use to buy things, or the sum that you have in a bank account.

real number: a number expressible as a limit of rational numbers

real power: If someone has power, they have a lot of control over people and activities.

real rival: Your rival is a person, business, or organization who you are competing or fighting against in the same area or for the same things.

real sense: If you have a sense of guilt or relief, for example, you feel guilty or relieved .

real shame: If you say that something is a shame, you are expressing your regret about it and indicating that you wish it had happened differently.

real story: A story is a description of an event or something that happened to someone, especially a spoken description of it.

real tennis: an ancient form of tennis played in a four-walled indoor court with various openings, a sloping-roofed corridor along three sides, and a buttress on the fourth side

real wages: wages evaluated with reference to their purchasing power rather than to the money actually paid

real world: If you talk about the real world, you are referring to the world and life in general, in contrast to a particular person's own life, experience, and ideas, which may seem untypical and unrealistic .

chattel real: an interest in land less than a freehold, such as a lease

cruzeiro real: a former monetary unit of Brazil, which was replaced by the real

real nappies: reusable cloth nappies

real presence: the doctrine that the body of Christ is actually present in the Eucharist

real problem: A problem is a situation that is unsatisfactory and causes difficulties for people.

real property: Real property is property in the form of land and buildings, rather than personal possessions .

real question: A question is a problem, matter, or point which needs to be considered.

real strength: Someone's strengths are the qualities and abilities that they have which are an advantage to them, or which make them successful .

real trouble: You can refer to problems or difficulties as trouble .

real challenge: A challenge is something new and difficult which requires great effort and determination .

in real terms: You can also talk about the cost or value of something in real terms .

near real-time: denoting data-word-id="56">or relating data-word-id="3">to a data-processing system that is slightly slower than real-time

real opportunity: An opportunity is a situation in which it is possible for you to do something that you want to do.

the real deal: a person or thing seen as being authentic and not inferior in any way

the real McCoy: If you describe someone or something as the real McCoy, you mean that they really are what they claim to be and are not an imitation .

the real thing: If you say that a thing or event is the real thing, you mean that it is the thing or event itself, rather than an imitation or copy .

the real world: the world as it exists, as opposed to one that is theoretical or imaginary

real-estate agent: a person who sells houses, buildings, and land

real-estate office: the place where a real-estate agent works

real-time computer: a data-word-id="9919">computer data-word-id="6">that data-word-id="36">can data-word-id="9893">process data or information almost immediately

real-time system: a data-processing system in which a computer receives constantly changing data, such as information relating to air-traffic control, travel booking systems, etc, and processes it sufficiently rapidly to be able to control the source of the data

the real reason: The reason for something is a fact or situation which explains why it happens or what causes it to happen.

real-estate developer: a person who buys and develops houses, buildings, and land in order to sell them and make a profit from them

real estate insurance: Real estate insurance is insurance of property, land, and buildings.

real estate liability: Real estate liability is liability for risks that come from owning real estate.

real-estate register: (in the United States) an annual directory that lists available properties and provides contact details for real estate companies

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Однокоренные слова:

realism - реализм
realist - реалист, реалистический, реалистичный, трезвый
reality - реальность, действительность, явь, реализм, истинность, подлинная сущность
realize - понимать, реализовать, осознавать, осуществлять, сознавать, выполнять
really - действительно, на самом деле, уж, в самом деле, впрямь, разве
realty - недвижимость, недвижимое имущество
unreal - нереальный, ненастоящий, воображаемый, поддельный, поразительный, потрясающий
realness - реальность, истинность, действительность
irreal - нереальный

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