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  • 1 realista

    adj.
    1 realistic.
    2 royalist.
    f. & m.
    1 realist (art).
    2 royalist.
    * * *
    1 (de la monarquía) royalist
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    1 (de la realidad) realistic
    1 (de la realidad) realist
    * * *
    1. adj. 2. noun mf.
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    1.
    2.
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    I
    adjetivo ( pragmático) realistic; (Art, Lit, Fil) realist
    II
    masculino y femenino realist
    * * *
    = realistic, down-to-earth, realist, hardheaded [hard-headed], worldly [worldlier -comp., worldliest -sup.].
    Ex. Figure 166 on page 152 shows the outline of a realistic holdings pyramid.
    Ex. The report gives a down-to-earth account of the way in which membership of the European Community has materially affected major British industries.
    Ex. This is the life for us, this is the critique -- and only this -- which will make us a profession of realists and not fugitives.
    Ex. Managers should be encouraged to raise critical questions, and the criteria for evaluating progress must be as hardheaded as possible.
    Ex. There exist sets of duality in this philosophy; body versus soul, worldly versus unworldly and life versus salvation.
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    * de manera realista = realistically.
    * poco realista = unrealistic, unwordly, way out in left field, airy-fairy.
    * seamos realistas = face it, let's face it.
    * ser realista = get real.
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    I
    adjetivo ( pragmático) realistic; (Art, Lit, Fil) realist
    II
    masculino y femenino realist
    * * *
    = realistic, down-to-earth, realist, hardheaded [hard-headed], worldly [worldlier -comp., worldliest -sup.].

    Ex: Figure 166 on page 152 shows the outline of a realistic holdings pyramid.

    Ex: The report gives a down-to-earth account of the way in which membership of the European Community has materially affected major British industries.
    Ex: This is the life for us, this is the critique -- and only this -- which will make us a profession of realists and not fugitives.
    Ex: Managers should be encouraged to raise critical questions, and the criteria for evaluating progress must be as hardheaded as possible.
    Ex: There exist sets of duality in this philosophy; body versus soul, worldly versus unworldly and life versus salvation.
    * de manera realista = realistically.
    * poco realista = unrealistic, unwordly, way out in left field, airy-fairy.
    * seamos realistas = face it, let's face it.
    * ser realista = get real.

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    A
    1 (pragmático) ‹persona/actitud› realistic
    2 ( Art, Fil, Lit) realist
    B (monárquico) royalist
    A
    2 ( Art, Lit) realist
    3 ( Fil) realist
    B (monárquico) royalist
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    realista adjetivo ( pragmático) realistic;
    (Art, Lit, Fil) realist
    ■ sustantivo masculino y femenino
    realist
    realista
    I adjetivo
    1 (con sentido práctico) realistic: él es un soñador, pero su novia es más realista, he's a romantic but his girlfriend is more down-to-earth
    2 Arte realist
    el arte realista del siglo XIX, nineteenth-century realist art
    II mf realist
    ' realista' also found in these entries:
    English:
    down-to-earth
    - hard-headed
    - lifelike
    - matter-of-fact
    - realistic
    - realistically
    - true
    - unrealistic
    - unrealistically
    - authentic
    - down
    - hard
    - realist
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    adj
    1. [pragmático] realistic
    2. [en arte, literatura] realist
    3. Hist [monárquico] royalist
    4. Filosofía realist
    nmf
    1. [pragmático] realist
    2. [en arte, literatura] realist
    3. Hist [monárquico] royalist
    4. Filosofía realist
    * * *
    I adj realistic
    II m/f realist
    * * *
    1) : realistic
    2) : realist
    3) : royalist
    1) : realist
    2) : royalist
    * * *
    realista adj realistic

    Spanish-English dictionary > realista

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