Real-world Definition

rēlwʉrld
adjective
In, from, or having to do with actual experience or practice, rather than being theoretical, idealistic, or impractical.
Webster's New World

Having a practicable, verifiable quality; not imaginary, theoretical or based in a non-physical realm, such as heaven or cyberspace.

The moon rocket was a real-world application of astrophysics.
Wiktionary
noun
The real world is the place in which one actually must live and the circumstances with which one actually must deal.
An example of the real world is the life you are living right now, as opposed to the life you wish to live some day.
YourDictionary
It's time to relocate this experiment from the laboratory into the real world.
Wiktionary
Synonyms:
real-life

Other Word Forms of Real-world

Noun

Singular:
real-world
Plural:
real worlds

Origin of Real-world

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