Used by students of the Mercedes class of 2006. It evolved from the use of sarcasm. i.e. When someone says something that is unfavourable, the response is 'real'.
Person 1: We have to stay behind after school until we finish our assignment!
Person 2: Real! Like we're gonna do that

OR

Principal: If anyone is involved in vandalising the school on muck-up day, they will not be allowed to sit their exams here.
Yr 12s: (muttering to eachother) Real!
by joker_2246 October 28, 2006
Sarcastic put-down. Has taken the place of the oft-used whatever.
"50 Cent rules!"
"Real."
by icedout May 20, 2005
Sebring FLorida
skiing, tanning, beach, real
by water is my life April 26, 2012
Being able to hold it down in the professional world and at home
She knows how to keep it real.
by casmapalytin December 04, 2004
Assuming that it is something we are able to feel, smell, taste and see, real is simply electrical signals interpreted by one's brain.
Morpheus: What is "real"? How do you define "real"? If real is what you can feel, smell, taste and see, then 'real' is simply electrical signals interpreted by your brain
by infiniti X April 25, 2004
used as a sarcastic expression for serious...
Are you real?
by Anonymous August 13, 2003
When something has an equivalent in dollars then we say it's real.
I know my car is real- it's worth 200$
by czesuaf March 22, 2007
it is the brazilian currency
how much can i buy wit one real?
you could buy a small cachaça.

muita obrigada!
by pablo bvs September 07, 2006

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