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reagent a substance used in a chemical reaction to control or measure the reaction, analyze another substance, or produce a particular substance.
reagin either of two antibodies found in the blood, one in persons who have allergies and one in those who test positive for syphilis.
real1 not fictional or imagined; having actual existence; true. [6 definitions]
real2 a silver coin formerly in circulation in Spain and Spanish America.
real3 a former monetary unit of Brazil and Portugal.
real estate land, including the natural resources and permanent buildings on it.
real estate agent one whose job is to help clients buy, sell, lease or manage real estate.
realgar the orange-red mineral, arsenic sulfide, used in fireworks and as a pigment.
realign to put (something that has become skewed) back into proper orientation. [2 definitions]
realism an interest in or concern for what is real and true rather than abstract or theoretical. [3 definitions]
realist a person who tends to see or present things as they actually are. [2 definitions]
realistic of or based upon what is actual or feasible. [2 definitions]
reality the state or quality of being actual or real. [4 definitions]
realization the act or process of realizing. [2 definitions]
realize become aware of, or clearly perceive or understand. [3 definitions]
real life reality; not fiction, fantasy, or representation of reality.
real-life pertaining to or occurring in reality.
reallocate combined form of allocate.
really in fact; actually. [3 definitions]
realm a royal kingdom; domain. [2 definitions]
realpolitik (sometimes cap.) politics or national policy governed by principles of power, expansion, and expediency rather than by ideals or ethics.