[ree-uh-lee, ree-lee] /ˈri ə li, ˈri li/
in reality; actually:
to see things as they really are.
genuinely or truly:
a really honest man.
Really, this is too much.
(used to express surprise, exasperation, etc.)
[ree-uh-lahy] /ˌri əˈlaɪ/
verb (used with or without object), re-allied, re-allying.
to ally again or anew.
in reality; in actuality; assuredly: it’s really quite harmless
truly; genuinely: really beautiful
an exclamation of dismay, disapproval, doubt, surprise, etc
not really?, an exclamation of surprise or polite doubt
c.1400, originally in reference to the presence of Christ in the Eucharist, from real (adj.) + -ly (2). Sense of “actually” is from early 15c. Purely emphatic use dates from c.1600; interrogative use (oh, really?) is first recorded 1815.
“to form an alliance again,” c.1600, from re- + ally (v.). Related: Re-allied.
[ree-uh-lahy] /ˌri əˈlaɪ/ verb (used with or without object), re-allied, re-allying. 1. to ally again or anew. v. “to form an alliance again,” c.1600, from re- + ally (v.). Related: Re-allied.
- Real mode
An operating mode of Intel 80×86 processors. The opposite of protected mode. (1995-03-29)
[ree-uh l, reel] /ˈri əl, ril/ noun, Mathematics. 1. a rational number or the limit of a sequence of rational numbers, as opposed to a complex number. noun 1. a number expressible as a limit of rational numbers See number (sense 1) real number (rē’əl) A number that can be written as a terminating or […]
[ree-uh l, reel] /ˈri əl, ril/ noun, Mathematics. 1. the number a in the complex number a + bi. noun 1. the term a in a complex number a + ib, where i = √–1