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real-life

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishreal-lifeˈreal-life adjective [only before noun] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š actually happening in life, not invented in a book πŸ”Š a real-life drama πŸ”Š real-life problems
Examples from the Corpus
real-lifeβ€’ Mark Little is Joe Mangle's alterego, the real-life actor who was doing comedy for nearly a decade before Neighbours.β€’ Maxwell also has found fulfillment drawing the real-life dramas of the courtroom.β€’ The family dynamics of the characters are subtly enhanced by the real-life relationship of the actors.β€’ Even if the case is founded on a real-life situation, we only know what happened when the organization tried one solution.β€’ The performances of each of the 700 real players are based on real-life skills and attributes.β€’ But the movie character and the real-life teacher do share a mutual dream of earning their livings as composers of music.β€’ Now David Adams is a real-life victim.
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