real

[rɪəl] 1.
aggettivo
1) (not imaginary) reale, vero

he has no real power — non ha potere effettivo

in real life, in the real world — nella realtà

in real terms — in realtà

2) (not artificial) [flower, leather] vero; [diamond] autentico, vero

the real thing, the real McCoy colloq. l'originale; this time it's the real thing — questa volta è per davvero

3) (true, proper) [Christian, altruism] vero
4) (for emphasis) [idiot, pleasure] vero

it's a real shame — è un vero peccato

this room is a real oven — questa stanza è davvero un forno

5) econ. comm. [cost, value] reale
6) mat. reale
2.
nome

the real — il reale

3.
avverbio AE colloq. [good, sorry] davvero, proprio
••

for real — colloq. davvero, sul serio

* * *
[riəl] 1. adjective
1) (which actually exists: There's a real monster in that cave.) vero
2) (not imitation; genuine: real leather; Is that diamond real?) vero
3) (actual: He may own the factory, but it's his manager who is the real boss.) vero
4) (great: a real surprise/problem.) vero
2. adverb
((especially American) very; really: a real nice house.) molto; davvero
- realism
- realistic
- realistically
- reality
- really
3. interjection
(an expression of surprise, protest, doubt etc: `I'm going to be the next manager.' `Oh really?'; Really! You mustn't be so rude!) davvero
- for real
- in reality
* * *
[rɪəl] 1.
aggettivo
1) (not imaginary) reale, vero

he has no real power — non ha potere effettivo

in real life, in the real world — nella realtà

in real terms — in realtà

2) (not artificial) [flower, leather] vero; [diamond] autentico, vero

the real thing, the real McCoy colloq. l'originale; this time it's the real thing — questa volta è per davvero

3) (true, proper) [Christian, altruism] vero
4) (for emphasis) [idiot, pleasure] vero

it's a real shame — è un vero peccato

this room is a real oven — questa stanza è davvero un forno

5) econ. comm. [cost, value] reale
6) mat. reale
2.
nome

the real — il reale

3.
avverbio AE colloq. [good, sorry] davvero, proprio
••

for real — colloq. davvero, sul serio


English-Italian dictionary. 2013.

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