Definition of reality check
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Other terms relating to 'check':
Definitions include: ok, or yes.
Definitions include: to get rid of before entering a venue.
Definitions include: what is she doing
Definitions include: something worthy of " checking out"; " awesome"; " cool"; " wicked".
Definitions include: to look at; examine; " check it out".
Definitions include: "pay attention."
Definitions include: telling someone to check you out.
Definitions include: used during some kind of competition in which one party reminds the other of the score or the results of their competition.
Definitions include: to listen to.
Definitions include: used to indicate one wants to leave the current situation.
Definitions include: " Check out that hot guy."
Definitions include: to defecate.
Definitions include: to accidentally hit or run over a curb while driving a motor vehicle.
Definitions include: a declaration, often made in an argument among friends to end the argument, that a person's opinion or statement of facts are not credible.
Definitions include: a pedant.
Other terms relating to 'reality':
Definitions include: from Wikipedia: "the idea that Steve Jobs is able to convince himself and others to believe almost anything with a mix of charm, charisma, bluster, exaggeration, marketing and persistence."
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