reell

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reell (comparative reeller, superlative am reellsten)

  1. not virtual
  2. (mathematics) the property of being an element of the set of real numbers

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Swedish[edit]

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reell (comparative reellare, superlative reellast)

  1. real, actual, really existing
    ett reellt problem
    an actual, existing problem
  2. (mathematics) (of a number, not comparable) real; having complex part equal to zero
  3. (education) the prefix real- refers to "real" subjects (math, science, modern languages) as opposed to classic subjects (Greek, Latin)

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  • Compounds are formed with real- (similar to nationell, national-)

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