noun plural re·a·lia \rē-ˈa-lē-ə, -ˈā-\

Definition of REALIA

:  objects or activities used to relate classroom teaching to the real life especially of peoples studied

Origin of REALIA

Late Latin, neuter plural of realis real
First Known Use: 1937

Rhymes with REALIA


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