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DEFINITION OF “REALIA” IN ENGLISH

October 7, 2013

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realia
Syllabification: (re·a·li·a)
Pronunciation: /rēˈālēə, -ˈälēə/
noun

objects and material from everyday life, especially when used as teaching aids.

Origin:

1950s: from late Latin, neuter plural (used as a noun) of realis ‘relating to things’ (see real1)

(OXFORD DICTIONARY (US))

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