Synsets for "real"
Synset: real_number.n.01
Synonyms: real_number
Part of Speech: NOUN
Definition: any rational or irrational number
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Lemmas: real_number real
Hypernym: complex_number
Hyponym: irrational_number rational_number scalar_product
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Synset: real.n.02
Synonyms: real
Part of Speech: NOUN
Definition: the basic unit of money in Brazil; equal to 100 centavos
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Lemmas: real
Hypernym: Brazilian_monetary_unit
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Synset: real.n.03
Synonyms: real
Part of Speech: NOUN
Definition: an old small silver Spanish coin
Examples:
Lemmas: real
Hypernym: coin
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Synset: real.a.01
Synonyms: real
Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE
Definition: being or occurring in fact or actuality; having verified existence; not illusory; not ghosts"
Examples: real objects | real people | a film based on real life | a real illness | real humility | Life is real! Life is earnest!"- Longfellow
Lemmas: real existent
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Antonyms: unreal
Synset: real.a.02
Synonyms: real
Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE
Definition: no less than what is stated; worthy of the name
Examples: the real reason | real war | a real friend | a real woman | meat and potatoes--I call that a real meal | it's time he had a real job | it's no penny-ante job--he's making real money
Lemmas: real
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Antonyms: unreal
Synset: real.s.03
Synonyms: real
Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE
Definition: not to be taken lightly
Examples: statistics demonstrate that poverty and unemployment are very real problems | to the man sleeping regularly in doorways homelessness is real
Lemmas: real
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Synset: real.s.04
Synonyms: real
Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE
Definition: capable of being treated as fact
Examples: tangible evidence | his brief time as Prime Minister brought few real benefits to the poor
Lemmas: real tangible
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Synset: actual.s.03
Synonyms: actual
Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE
Definition: being or reflecting the essential or genuine character of something
Examples: her actual motive | a literal solitude like a desert"- G.K.Chesterton | a genuine dilemma
Lemmas: actual genuine literal real
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Synset: real.a.06
Synonyms: real
Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE
Definition: of, relating to, or representing an amount that is corrected for inflation
Examples: real prices | real income | real wages
Lemmas: real
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Antonyms: nominal
Synset: substantial.a.03
Synonyms: substantial
Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE
Definition: having substance or capable of being treated as fact; not imaginary
Examples: the substantial world | a mere dream, neither substantial nor practical | most ponderous and substantial things"- Shakespeare
Lemmas: substantial real material
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Antonyms: insubstantial
Synset: real.s.08
Synonyms: real
Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE
Definition: (of property) fixed or immovable
Examples: real property consists of land and buildings
Lemmas: real
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Synset: veridical.s.01
Synonyms: veridical
Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE
Definition: coinciding with reality
Examples: perceptual error...has a surprising resemblance to veridical perception"- F.A.Olafson
Lemmas: veridical real
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Synset: very.r.01
Synonyms: very
Part of Speech: ADVERB
Definition: used as intensifiers; `real' is sometimes used informally for `really'; `rattling' is informal
Examples: she was very gifted | he played very well | a really enjoyable evening | I'm real sorry about it | a rattling good yarn
Lemmas: very really real rattling
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Spanish colonial real | After the independence of Spain's colonies, the real was replaced by currencies also denominated in "reales" and "escudos", including the Argentine real, Central American Republic real, Ecuadorian real, Honduran real, Paraguayan real and Santo Domingo real. |
Portuguese real | Coins and banknotes were also issued denominated in réis for use in the different parts of the Portuguese empire. See: Angolan real, Azorean real, Brazilian real, Cape Verde real, Mozambican real, Portuguese Guinea real and São Tomé and Príncipe real. Brazil has revived the real as the denomination of its present currency. |
Real analysis | Real analysis (traditionally, the theory of functions of a real variable) is a branch of mathematical analysis dealing with the real numbers and real-valued functions of a real variable. In particular, it deals with the analytic properties of real functions and sequences, including convergence and limits of sequences of real numbers, the calculus of the real numbers, and continuity, smoothness and related properties of real-valued functions. |
Real number | In mathematics, "real" is used as an adjective, meaning that the underlying field is the field of the real numbers (or "the real field"). For example, "real matrix", "real polynomial" and "real Lie algebra". The word is also used as a noun, meaning a real number (as in "the set of all reals"). |
Real (Ponce) | The communities of Las Mesas, Ponton, Real Arriba, Haciendas del Real, Mandry, Estancias del Real, Real Abajo, and Sombras del Real are located in barrio Real. There is also a sector of Barrio Real called ""Anon"", but this should not be confused with Anón the barrio proper. |
Brazilian cruzeiro real | The cruzeiro real was replaced with the current Brazilian real as part of the Plano Real. |
International real estate | International real estate is best subdivided into two categories: international commercial real estate and international residential real estate. Some examples of international real estate transactions are: |
S.C. Vila Real | Sport Clube Vila Real "(abbreviated as SC Vila Real )" is a Portuguese football club based in Vila Real in the district of Vila Real. |
Real algebraic geometry | In mathematics, real algebraic geometry is the study of real algebraic sets, i.e. real-number solutions to algebraic equations with real-number coefficients, and mappings between them (in particular real polynomial mappings). |
Real Estelí F.C. | The club crest consists of a crown, representing 'Real' (meaning 'Royal'). Similar crowns can be seen on the crests of many other clubs with the prefix 'Real', such as Spanish clubs Real Betis, Real Zaragoza and Real Madrid |
Comparison of programming languages (basic instructions) | The standard constants real shorts and real lengths can be used to determine how many 'short's and 'long's can be usefully prefixed to 'short real' and 'long real'. The actually size of the 'short real', 'real' and 'long real' is available as constants short max real, max real and long max real etc. With the constants short small real, small real and long small real available for each type's machine epsilon. |
Real structure | of a real vector space has a natural real structure. |
Real River | There are several rivers named Real River or Rio Real. |
Ontario Real Estate Association | The Ontario Real Estate Association (OREA) represents real estate brokers and salespeople who are members of Ontario's real estate boards. |
Real Mulia F.C. | Real Mulia Football Club, commonly known as Real Mulia, or simply as Real, is a professional football club . |
Real plane curve | In mathematics, a real plane curve is usually a real algebraic curve defined in the real projective plane. |
GroceryAid | Their objectives are: 'Real lives. Real problems. Real help.' |
Computable analysis | Computable real functions map computable real numbers to computable real numbers. The composition of computable real functions is again computable. Every computable real function is continuous. |
Real Book | Hal Leonard subsequently released "The Real Book, Volume II, Second Edition" in answer to the "Real Book, Volume II". In July 2006 they released "The Real Book, Volume III, Second Edition", in December 2010, "The Real Book, Volume IV", -in June 2013, "The Real Book, Volume V" and in June 2016 "The Real Book, Volume VI". The "Real Vocal Book, Volume I, Second Edition" also appeared recently, clearly a (more legible) response to the old book of similar title. |
Spanish real | The "real de vellón", now just called the real, was adopted as the chief unit in Spain's first decimal currency, introduced in 1850. To begin with, subsidiary pieces were issued denominated in "decima de real" (tenths of a real). Later they were denominated in "céntimo de real" (hundredths of a real). The real replaced the Catalan peseta in 1850, at a rate of 1 peseta = 4 reales. |