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German - English (British) translations for "real"

"real" German translation




Real is a German adjective that means genuine, authentic or actual.

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Meaning: genuine

Das ist ein echtes Kunstwerk.

This is a genuine work of art.

Meaning: realistic

Der Film zeigt eine realistische Darstellung des Krieges.

The movie depicts a realistic portrayal of war.

Meaning: actual

Die Veranstaltung findet am Samstag statt, nicht am Sonntag wie geplant.

The event will take place on Saturday, not on Sunday as planned.

Meaning: authentic

Dieses Restaurant serviert authentische italienische Küche.

This restaurant serves authentic Italian cuisine.

Meaning: true

Es ist wahr, dass er den Wettbewerb gewonnen hat.

It is true that he won the competition.


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A1: Das ist ein realer Hund.

A1: This is a real dog.

A2: Ich habe eine reale Freundin.

A2: I have a real girlfriend.

A2: Er hat einen realen Job.

A2: He has a real job.

B1: Die Geschichte basiert auf realen Ereignissen.

B1: The story is based on real events.

B2: Sie hat einen realistischen Plan für die Zukunft.

B2: She has a realistic plan for the future.

B2: Der Film zeigt die reale Welt der Obdachlosigkeit.

B2: The movie depicts the real world of homelessness.

C1: Es ist schwer, die Realität von der Fiktion zu unterscheiden.

C1: It's difficult to distinguish reality from fiction.

C1: Die Politiker müssen sich mit den realen Problemen der Bevölkerung befassen.

C1: The politicians need to address the real problems of the population.

C2: Die Wissenschaftler arbeiten daran, eine reale Zeitmaschine zu entwickeln.

C2: The scientists are working on developing a real time machine.

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Real is a word used to describe something that is not fake or artificial. It refers to things that are genuine, authentic and true. For example, a real diamond is one that has been mined from the earth and not created in a laboratory.

In German, the word 'real' can also be used to describe something that is tangible or physical. This means it can be touched, seen or felt. For instance, a real object is one that exists in the physical world as opposed to being virtual or imaginary.

The term 'real' can also be used in a philosophical sense to refer to things that exist independently of human perception or consciousness. In this context, it is often contrasted with subjective or imaginary concepts. For example, the existence of gravity is considered real because it affects physical objects whether we perceive it or not.

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