an ancient form of tennis played in a four-walled indoor court with various openings, a sloping-roofed corridor along three sides, and a buttress on the fourth side Also called royal tennis
[ree-uh l-tee, reel-] /ˈri əl ti, ˈril-/ noun 1. real property or real estate. /ˈrɪəltɪ/ noun 1. another term for real property n. 1660s, “real estate,” from earlier meaning (1540s) “real possession,” earlier “reality” (mid-15c.), from real (adj.) + -ty (2). Cf. reality.
[ree-uh l-tahym, reel-] /ˈri əlˈtaɪm, ˈril-/ adjective, Computers. 1. of or relating to applications in which the computer must respond as rapidly as required by the user or necessitated by the process being controlled. [ree-uh l, reel] /ˈri əl, ril/ noun 1. Computers. the actual time elapsed in the performance of a computation by a […]
[reed-throo] /ˈridˌθru/ noun 1. (def 1). 2. (def 7).
[reed-throo] /ˈridˌθru/ noun 1. (def 1). 2. (def 7). readthrough read·through (rēd’thrōō’) n. Transcription of a nucleic acid sequence beyond its normal termination sequence.