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real-life

 (rē′əl,-līf′ rēl′-)
adj.
Actually happening or having happened; not fictional: a documentary with footage of real-life police chases.

re′al-life`



adj.
existing or happening in reality.
[1830–40]
Translations

real-life

[ˌrɪəlˈlaɪf] ADJde la vida real, auténtico

real-life

adj situationalltäglich, lebensecht, tatsächlich; eventreal, tatsächlich, wirklich; personwirklich, real; storywirklich, wahr
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