|one who makes real, one who actualizes, accomplisher||realizer|
|(Grammar) functioning as a noun; essential; real; having practical value; of a considerable amount||substantiative|
|(Grammar) noun; word or phrase functioning as a noun, directly attaching as dye color, essential, existing independently; real, tangible; substantial; of or pertaining to the essence of something; functioning as a noun (Grammar); expressing existence (...||substantive|
|(Zoology) made from a horny substance, horny (of the skeletons of certain sponges), having a hornlike skeleton, horny substance which makes up part of the skeletons of certain sponges (Zoology)||keratose|
|A collection of investments, real and/or financial.||Portfolio|
|A loan secured by the collateral of some specified real estate property which obliges the borrower to make a predetermined series of payments.||Mortgage|
|A Real Estate Investment Trust with the priority of selling its holdings within a specified period to realize capital gains.||Finite Life Real Estate Investment Trust (FREIT)|
|A technicality in some legislation that makes it possible to avoid certain consequences or circumvent a rule without breaking the law, such as in the use of a tax shelter.||Loophole|
|a trademark for a member of the U.S. National Association of Realtors or the Canadian Association of Real Estate Boards.||Realtor|
|a trademark for a real-estate trading board game||Monopoly|
|ability to be made real, ability to be accomplished; ability to be made into real property; ability to be converted into cash||realizability|
|able to be realized, able to be touched, actual, capable of being felt or touched, substantial; having monetary value, something tangible, something that can be touched or felt, something real or substantial; tangible property, something that has monet...||tangible|
|able to happen, capable of happening but unlikely, could be, might be, may be, maybe real or true, possibility, potential, proper||possible|
|able to speak; involving speech; expressive; lifelike, realistic, able to use specified language, apparently real, eloquent, talking||speaking|
|able to think rationally, based on logic; reasonable; simulated, looks and acts like the real thing but is not genuine (Computers), of philosophical logic, sensible and based on facts||logical|
|about existence, basic unit of currency in Brazil (equal to 100 centavos), coin or bill worth a real, emphasizing truth, essential, former currency in Spanish-speaking countries, in terms of purchasing power, involving only real numbers, not artificial...||real|
|absolute, real, actual, authentic; substantial||veritable|
|accept people as paying guests, accept something as real, bring somebody to police station, deceive somebody, give somebody shelter, go and see, include something, make garment narrower, understand something, work on something at home||take in|
|accessibility of text, suitability for reading; ability to be understood, comprehensibility; legibility, neatness of writing or printing that makes reading possible||readability|
|accurately, adjust accurately, fit exactly, adjust position of something, alignment, certainly, committed, conforming to a standard or measure, conforming to inclusion criteria, correct adjustment or position; truth, verity, correct; real, genuine; loy...||true|
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