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9.
A combination of "for" and "real." Means "totally", and in some cases can be used in place of "I know right". Can be spelled "frealz", "forreals", etc.

It's also a way to agree with someone.
Person 1: Dude, did see that girl? She was so hot.
Person 2: Freals.

Person 1: I can't believe she'd do that! What a bitch.
Person 2: Freals! She's a big fat whore too!
ayon kay thealphabetisawesome ika-28 ng Setyembre, 2009
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1.
a contraction or "for" and "real"
Yeah, he needs to get a cap in his ass f'real.
ayon kay taylierx ika-02 ng Hulyo, 2005
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2.
A combination of 'for real', used in two ways
1] In agreement to a statement

2] "Are you serious?"
1] John: Dude, everyone thinks Paris Hilton is so hot, but that hoe is busted!
Alex: Freal! She is fug!

2] John: Last night, I forgot to study, so I flunked that test!
Alex: Freal? That sucks!
ayon kay PT4BB ika-25 ng Marso, 2007
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3.
1.) The combination of "for" and "real" mainly by black people who are too tanked up on fried chicken and Shiltz's Malt Liqour to realize it should be pronounced as two seperate words.
Yo, Shaniqua ain't freal, she is one wack nignog.
ayon kay caucasian jack ika-20 ng Hunyo, 2003
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4.
A slang which shortens the phrase "For reals"
A reply to ones statement
such as:
A: i got a new game
B: freals!
ayon kay jurahsik ika-14 ng Hunyo, 2003
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5.
A short way of saying: "For real"
"Aye, I'm freal, ight, ight! I dont play that shit."

"That nigga just jumped Jimmy Tang!"
"Damn yo, you right. That cat's freal."
ayon kay Adam J. J ika-21 ng Marso, 2007
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6.
A combination of for and real, two words commonly used in conjunction to emphasize the credibility of a statement.
Guy number one: I just won the lottery!
Guy number two: You're full of shit.
Guy number one: No I'm freal!
ayon kay JPeg18 ika-10 ng Mayo, 2009
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7.
A statement that, when used correctly, means, 'Yes, dear sir. That is correct.' It confirms any inquiry or statement.
"Is dis beat crunk, Samuel III?"
"F'real, Cap'n Clark."

or

"I'm going to go to the store, junior."
"F'real, mama J."
ayon kay Deesh ika-04 ng Nobyembre, 2006
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