HyperDic: real

Español > 21 sentidos de la palabra real:
ADJETIVOallreal, auténtico, genuino, legítimo, verdaderonot fake or counterfeit
allreal, existentebeing or occurring in fact or actuality
pertrealof or relating to or indicative of or issued or performed by a king or queen / queen or other monarch
pertrealestablished or chartered or authorized by royalty
allreal, existente, verdaderopresently existing in fact and not merely potential or possible
allreal, sustancialhaving substance or capable of being treated as fact
allrealno less than what is stated
allreal, imperial, majestuoso, púrpura, regiobelonging to or befitting a supreme ruler
allreal, auténtico, genuinobeing or reflecting the essential or genuine character of something
allreal, efectivo, factualexisting in act or fact
allreal, regiohaving the rank of or resembling or befitting a king
allreal, de factoexisting in fact whether with lawful / lawful authority or not
allrealnot to be taken lightly
allreal, tangiblecapable of being treated as fact
allrealinvested with royal power as symbolized by a crown
allrealbeing of the rank of a monarch
allreal, actualbeing or existing at the present moment
allrealof, relating to, or representing an amount that is corrected for inflation
NOMBREquantityreal, número realany rational or irrational number
quantityrealthe basic unit of money in Brazil
possessionrealan old small silver Spanish coin
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Sentidonot fake or counterfeit.
Sinónimosauténtico, genuino, legítimo, verdadero
Específicoautentificado, certificadoEstablished as genuine
auténtico, genuino, originalnot counterfeit or copied
buenonot forged
Tambiéncierto, verdaderoconsistent with fact or reality
existente, realBeing or occurring in fact or actuality
honesto, honorable, sinceronot disposed to cheat or defraud
sinceroopen and genuine
Contrariocontrahecho, falseado, falsificado, falso, imitado, imitativonot genuine
Inglésgenuine, echt
Catalánautèntic, genuí
Nombresautenticidad, casticidad, legitimidadundisputed credibility
Adverbiosauténticamente, genuinamente, sinceramentegenuinely
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SentidoBeing or occurring in fact or actuality; having verified existence; not illusory.
Sinónimoexistente
Cualidad derealidad, realismoThe state of being actual or real
Específicodocumental, objetivoEmphasizing or expressing things as perceived without distortion of personal feelings, insertion of fictional matter, or interpretation
documental, objetivoEmphasizing or expressing things as perceived without distortion of personal feelings or interpretation
efectivo, factual, realExisting in act or fact
históricoHaving once lived or existed or taken place in the real world as distinct from being legendary
mismísimo, mismotaking place in reality
Tambiénauténtico, genuino, legítimo, real, verdaderonot fake or counterfeit
concretocapable of being perceived by the senses
de facto, realExisting in fact whether with lawful / lawful authority or not
realista, realísticoAware or expressing awareness of things as they really are
sinceroopen and genuine
Contrarioirreallacking in reality or substance or genuineness
Inglésreal, existent
Catalánexistent, real
Nombresexistencia, serThe state or fact of existing
realidad, realismoThe state of being actual or real
realidadThe state of the world as it really / really is rather than as you might want it to be
Adverbiosrealmente, verdaderamenteIn actual fact
Verbosexistir, haber, serHave an existence, be extant
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SentidoOf or relating to or indicative of or issued or performed by a king or queen / queen or other monarch.
Inglésroyal
Catalánreial
Nombresmonarca, soberana, soberanoA nation's ruler or head of state usually by hereditary right
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SentidoEstablished or chartered or authorized by royalty.
Inglésroyal
Nombresfamilia realroyal persons collectively
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Sentidopresently existing in fact and not merely potential or possible.
Sinónimosexistente, verdadero
Cualidad derealidadThe state of actually existing objectively
Contrarioposible, potencialExisting in possibility
Inglésactual, existent
Catalánexistent, real, veritable
Nombresexistencia, serThe state or fact of existing
realidadThe state of actually existing objectively
Verbosactualizarrepresent or describe realistically
actualizar, advertir, realizar, sustanciarmake real or concrete
existir, haber, serHave an existence, be extant
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SentidoHaving substance or capable of being treated as fact; not imaginary.
Sinónimosustancial
Cualidad desustancialidadThe quality of being substantial or having substance
Tambiénmaterialderived from or composed of matter
Contrarioanodina, anodino, hueco, insubstancial, insustancial, irreallacking material form or substance
Ingléssubstantial, real, material
Catalánsubstancial
Nombressubstancia, sustanciaThe real physical matter of which a person or thing consists
sustancialidadThe quality of being substantial or having substance
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Sentidono less than what is stated; worthy of the name.
Contrarioirrealnot actually such
Inglésreal
Catalánreal
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Sentidobelonging to or befitting a supreme ruler.
Sinónimosimperial, majestuoso, púrpura, regio
GeneralnobleOf or belonging to or constituting / constituting the hereditary aristocracy especially as derived from feudal times
Inglésimperial, majestic, purple, regal, royal
Catalánimperial, majestuós, porpra, púrpura, real, regi, reial
NombresemperadorThe male ruler of an empire
sangre azulOf imperial status
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SentidoBeing or reflecting the essential or genuine character of something.
Sinónimosauténtico, genuino
Generalcierto, verdaderoconsistent with fact or reality
Inglésactual, genuine, literal, real
Catalánautèntic, genuí, real
NombresautenticidadThe state of being genuine / genuine / genuine
literalidadadhereing to the concrete construal of something
realidad, realismoThe state of being actual or real
realidadThe state of the world as it really / really is rather than as you might want it to be
AdverbiosrealmenteIn accordance with truth or fact or reality
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SentidoExisting in act or fact.
Sinónimosefectivo, factual
Generalexistente, realBeing or occurring in fact or actuality
Inglésactual, factual
NombresobjetividadThe quality of being actual or based on fact
realidadThe state of actually existing objectively
Adverbiosefectivamente, fácticamente, factualmente, objetivamente, realmente, verdaderamenteAs a fact or based on fact
realmente, verdaderamenteIn actual fact
Verbosactualizarrepresent or describe realistically
actualizar, advertir, realizar, sustanciarmake real or concrete
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SentidoHaving the rank of or resembling or befitting a king.
Sinónimoregio
GeneralnobleOf or belonging to or constituting / constituting the hereditary aristocracy especially as derived from feudal times
Ingléskingly, kinglike
Nombresmonarca, reyA male sovereign
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SentidoExisting in fact whether with lawful / lawful authority or not.
Sinónimode facto
Tambiénexistente, realBeing or occurring in fact or actuality
Contrariode jureBy right
Inglésde facto
Catalánde facto, real
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Sentidonot to be taken lightly.
Generalserioconcerned with work or important matters rather than play or trivialities
Inglésreal
Nombresrealidad, realismoThe state of being actual or real
realidadThe state of the world as it really / really is rather than as you might want it to be
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Sentidocapable of being treated as fact.
Sinónimotangible
Generalconcretocapable of being perceived by the senses
Inglésreal, tangible
Catalánreal, tangible
NombresrealidadThe state of the world as it really / really is rather than as you might want it to be
tangibilidadThe quality of being perceivable by touch
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Sentidoinvested with royal power as symbolized by a crown.
Inglésroyal
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SentidoOf the rank of a monarch.
GeneralnobleOf or belonging to or constituting / constituting the hereditary aristocracy especially as derived from feudal times
Inglésroyal
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SentidoBeing or existing at the present moment.
Sinónimoactual
Generalactual, vigenteoccurring in or belonging to the present time
Inglésactual
Catalánactual, real
NombresrealidadThe state of actually existing objectively
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SentidoOf, relating to, or representing an amount that is corrected for inflation.
Categoríaciencias económicas, economía, económicasThe branch of social science that deals with the production and distribution and consumption of goods and services and their management
ContrarionominalOf, relating to, or characteristic of an amount that is not adjusted for inflation
Inglésreal
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SentidoAny rational or irrational number.
Sinónimonúmero real
Específiconúmero irracionalA real number that cannot be expressed as a rational number
número racional, racionalAn integer or a fraction
Generalnúmero complejo, número imaginario(mathematics) a number of the form a+bi where a and b are real numbers and i is the square root of -1
Inglésreal number, real
Catalánnombre real, real
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SentidoThe basic unit of money in Brazil; equal to 100 centavos.
PartescentavoA fractional monetary unit of several countries
Generalunidad monetaria brasileña, unidad monetaria brasileramonetary unit in Brazil
Inglésreal
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SentidoAn old small silver Spanish coin.
Generaldivisa, moneda, piezaA flat metal piece (usually a disc) used as money
Inglésreal
Catalánral, reial

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