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EtymologyEdit

Back-formation from surrealism.

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AdjectiveEdit

surreal (comparative more surreal, superlative most surreal)

  1. Resembling a dream: fantastic and incongruous

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NounEdit

surreal (plural surreals)

  1. (mathematics) surreal number

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AdjectiveEdit

surreal (comparative surrealer, superlative am surrealsten)

  1. surreal

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AdjectiveEdit

surreal m, f (plural surreais, comparable)

  1. surreal

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AdjectiveEdit

surreal (plural surreales)

  1. surreal