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Detailed Translations for real from English to Spanish

real:

real [the ~] noun

  1. the real
    – An approximate numeric data type with seven-digit precision. It can hold positive values from approximately 1.18E - 38 through 3.40E + 38, negative values from approximately -1.18E - 38 through -3.40E + 38, or zero. 1

Translation Matrix for real:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
claro brightness; clearness; lucidity; luminosity
esencial main issue; main point; main thing; prominent
consent; yes
- real number
AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
real actual; actually; as a matter of fact; in fact; real; really; true actual; aristocratic; considerable; dignified; distinguished; eminent; fair; glorious; grand; honest; imperial; kinglike; princely; prominent; realistic; regal; royal; stately
- actual; existent; genuine; literal; material; substantial; tangible; veridical
AdverbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- rattling; really; very
Not SpecifiedRelated TranslationsOther Translations
efectivo cash
real real
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
herself; himself; indeed; oneself; yes
- actual
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
auténtico effectively; genuine; in fact; indeed; real; really; sure; sure enough; unadulterated authentic; contemplative; fair; honest; in truth; indeed; original; pure; straight; true; truly; verily; veritable
ciertamente effectively; in fact; indeed; real; really; sure; sure enough actually; certainly; certainly yes; definitely; factually; genuinely; in truth; indeed; particularly; positively; really; surely; truly; truthfully; verily
cierto que actual; genuine; in truth; indeed; it's true; real; really; to be sure; truly in truth; indeed; truly; verily
cierto que sí actual; genuine; in truth; indeed; it's true; real; really; to be sure; truly in truth; indeed; truly; verily
claro actual; genuine; in truth; indeed; it's true; real; really; to be sure; truly absolute; acute; apparently; as clear as plain day-light; as plain as day; biting; blank; blunt; bright; clarifying; clean; clear; clear as daylight; clear-cut; clever; cloudless; comprehended; comprehensible; cooked; crude; directly; discernible; distinct; done; downright; evident; explicit; fair; fathomed; flagrant; frank; graphic; honest; identifiable; indeed; intelligible; keen; light; luminous; manifest; naturally; not dark; obvious; obviously; of course; off colour; open; openly; outspoken; overt; pale; plain; pure; recognisable; recognizable; sharp-minded; sharpwitted; sincere; square; straight; straightforward; to be sure; transparent; unadulterated; unambiguous; unburdened; unclouded; understandable; understood; unequivocal; unfinished; unmistakable; unmixed; unvarnished; washed out; without doubt
claro que sí actual; actually; certainly; definitely; genuine; in truth; indeed; it's true; real; really; to be sure; truly; verily; yes indeed certainly; certainly yes; definitely; in truth; indeed; positively; truly; verily; well well
de hecho actual; actually; as a matter of fact; in fact; real; really; true
de veras actual; actually; as a matter of fact; effectively; in fact; indeed; real; really; sure; sure enough; true fair; honest; true; veritable
de verdad actual; effectively; genuine; in fact; in truth; indeed; it's true; real; really; sure; sure enough; to be sure; truly blatant; downright; fair; honest; in truth; indeed; plain; sheer; true; truly; verily; veritable
efectivamente effectively; in fact; indeed; real; really; sure; sure enough absolutely; actual; apparently; indeed; naturally; obviously; of course; sure; sure enough; to be sure; without doubt
efectivo actual; actually; as a matter of fact; effectively; in fact; indeed; real; really; sure; sure enough; true actual; effective; efficient; indeed; potent
en efecto actual; actually; as a matter of fact; in fact; real; really; true absolutely; indeed; sure; sure enough
en el fondo actual; actually; as a matter of fact; in fact; real; really; true actual; after all; anyhow; apparently; because of; indeed; naturally; obviously; of course; since; to be sure; without doubt
en realidad actual; actually; as a matter of fact; in fact; real; really; true actual; apparently; essentially; in truth; indeed; naturally; obviously; of course; to be sure; truly; verily; without doubt
esencial actual; actually; as a matter of fact; in fact; real; really; true basic; cardinal; central; chief; crucial; elemental; elementary; essential; exhaustive; fundamental; important; indispensable; inevitably; major; material; necessary; needfully; of necessity; principal; significant; thorough; vital; wanted
factual actual; actually; as a matter of fact; in fact; real; really; true
fundamental actual; actually; as a matter of fact; in fact; real; really; true basal; basic; basicly; cardinal; central; chief; crucial; elemental; elementary; essential; exhaustive; fundamental; fundamentalistic; imperative; indispensable; inevitable; inevitably; material; necessarily; necessary; needfully; of necessity; pressing; principal; required; thorough; urgent; vital; wanted
intrínseco actual; actually; as a matter of fact; in fact; real; really; true
puro genuine; real; unadulterated absolute; blank; blunt; chaste; clean; crude; downright; fair; forthright; frank; frankly; genially; honest; immaculate; impeccable; maidenly; mere; nonsensical; openly; outright; outspoken; plain; plain-spoken; pristine; pure; ridiculous; spotless; stainless; straight; unadulterated; unburdened; unfinished; unmixed; unspoiled; untainted; untouched; unvarnished; utter; virginal
que sí actual; actually; certainly; definitely; in truth; it's true; real; really; to be sure; truly; verily; yes indeed in truth; indeed; truly; verily
realmente actual; actually; as a matter of fact; genuine; in fact; in truth; indeed; it's true; real; really; to be sure; true; truly absolute; actual; certainly; certainly yes; common; definitely; downright; fair; honest; in truth; indeed; mean; ordinarily; ordinary; pedestrian; plain; positively; really; straight; truly; used to; verily; vile
substancial actual; actually; as a matter of fact; in fact; real; really; true central; crucial; elemental; essential; fundamental; imperative; indispensable; inevitable; inevitably; material; necessarily; necessary; needfully; of necessity; pressing; required; urgent; vital; wanted
actual; actually; certainly; definitely; in truth; it's true; real; really; to be sure; truly; verily; yes indeed in truth; indeed; sure; truly; verily; well; yes
verdaderamente actual; actually; as a matter of fact; effectively; in fact; indeed; real; really; sure; sure enough; true absolute; actually; blatant; certainly; certainly yes; definitely; downright; factually; genuinely; in truth; indeed; mean; pedestrian; plain; positively; pure; really; sheer; straight; surely; truly; truthfully; verily; vile
verdadero actual; actually; as a matter of fact; effectively; in fact; indeed; real; really; sure; sure enough; true absolute; downright; fair; genuine; heartfelt; honest; in truth; indeed; pure; sincere; straight; true; truly; upright; verily; veritable
virtualmente actual; actually; as a matter of fact; in fact; real; really; true

Related Words for "real":

  • realness, reales, reis, realer, realest, really

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Related Definitions for "real":

  1. capable of being treated as fact2
    • his brief time as Prime Minister brought few real benefits to the poor2
  2. having substance or capable of being treated as fact; not imaginary2
  3. being or occurring in fact or actuality; having verified existence; not illusory2
    • real objects2
    • real people; not ghosts2
    • a film based on real life2
    • a real illness2
    • real humility2
    • Life is real! Life is earnest!2
  4. no less than what is stated; worthy of the name2
    • the real reason2
    • real war2
    • a real friend2
    • a real woman2
    • meat and potatoes--I call that a real meal2
    • it's time he had a real job2
    • it's no penny-ante job--he's making real money2
  5. of, relating to, or representing an amount that is corrected for inflation2
    • real prices2
    • real income2
    • real wages2
  6. coinciding with reality2
  7. not to be taken lightly2
    • statistics demonstrate that poverty and unemployment are very real problems2
    • to the man sleeping regularly in doorways homelessness is real2
  8. (of property) fixed or immovable2
    • real property consists of land and buildings2
  9. being or reflecting the essential or genuine character of something2
  10. used as intensifiers; `real' is sometimes used informally for `really'; `rattling' is informal2
    • I'm real sorry about it2
  11. an old small silver Spanish coin2
  12. the basic unit of money in Brazil; equal to 100 centavos2
  13. any rational or irrational number2
  14. An approximate numeric data type with seven-digit precision. It can hold positive values from approximately 1.18E - 38 through 3.40E + 38, negative values from approximately -1.18E - 38 through -3.40E + 38, or zero.1

Wiktionary Translations for real:

real
adjective
  1. that can be characterized as a confirmation of truth
  2. -
noun
  1. a unit of currency used in Brazil

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
real real reëel — met de werkelijkheid overeenstemmend
real verdadero; real; auténtico echt — waarachtig, juist, niet vervalst
real verdadero; veraz ehrlich — der Wahrheit und Wirklichkeit entsprechend; nicht lügen oder täuschen
real real real — in materieller Form vorhanden
real correcto; normal regelrecht — den Regeln entsprechend
real correctamente richtigwirklich
real en realidad; efectivamente; en efecto tatsächlich — (manchmal auch wider Erwarten) wahrheitsgemäß, wirklich
real en realidad wahrhaftig — eine Eigenschaft unbestreitbar habend, etwas unbestreitbar seiend
real verdadero; cierto wirklich — tatsächlich existierend und nicht nur in der Einbildung vorhanden seiend
real activo; efectivo effectif — Qui est réellement et de fait, qui produit un résultat réel.
real verdadero; real réelvéritable, effectif, vrai, sans fiction ni figure.
real cierto; verdadero vrai — Qui est conforme à la vérité, à ce qui est réellement.

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