ireāls

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Latvian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

A borrowing from Latin irreālis (unreal), adapted to fit Latvian patterns (suffix -āls).

Pronunciation[edit]

(file)

Adjective[edit]

ireāls (def. ireālais, comp. ireālāks, sup. visireālākais; adv. ireāli)

  1. unreal (such that it isn't, cannot be real, in reality; imagined, made up, existing only in fantasy)
    pasaka ir literatūras žanrs, kur darbojas ireālas būtnesfairy tales are the litearary genre which deals with unreal beings
    nākamās dienas darbā man šķita kaut kā ireālas: es gan cilāju dokumentus, rakstīju ar mašīnu... bet to visu it kā darīja kāds automātsthe following days at work seemed to me (like) something unreal: I lifted documents, typed... but everything was as if done by some machine

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