real-world
Adjective

real-world (not comparable)

  1. Having a practicable, verifiable quality; not imaginary, theoretical or based in a non-physical realm, such as heaven or cyberspace.
    Antonyms: theoretical, imaginary, blue-skies
    The moon rocket was a real-world application of astrophysics.
Related terms Translations
  • Russian: практический



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