Definición de pragmatic en inglés:

pragmatic

Silabificación: prag·mat·ic
Pronunciación: /praɡˈmadik
 
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adjetivo

1Dealing with things sensibly and realistically in a way that is based on practical rather than theoretical considerations: a pragmatic approach to politics
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  • As I read history, most of the founders were sensible and pragmatic men rather than visionary idealists.
  • This policy was based on two pragmatic considerations, and no guerilla organisation would overlook these.
  • Thus his apparent liberality on this question rested on pragmatic considerations rather than on principle.
Sinónimos
practical, matter-of-fact, sensible, down-to-earth, commonsensical, businesslike, having both/one's feet on the ground, hardheaded, no-nonsense
informal hard-nosed
1.1Relating to philosophical or political pragmatism.
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  • Twinned to his pragmatic, populist social democracy has been a maddening Trotskyite temperament.
  • Indeed, for a pragmatic libertarian, the political landscape out there is pretty depressing at the moment.
  • He saw the pragmatic account of meaning as a method for clearing up metaphysics and aiding scientific inquiry.
1.2 Linguistics Of or relating to pragmatics.
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  • On the contrary, syntax is indispensable for a pragmatic language and pragmatics is indispensable for a syntactic language.
  • This is how what linguists term pragmatic markers have arisen in languages worldwide.
  • Furthermore, they generate the same pragmatic implicatures.

Origen

late 16th century (in the senses 'busy, interfering, conceited'): via Latin from Greek pragmatikos 'relating to fact', from pragma 'deed' (from the stem of prattein 'do'). The current sense dates from the mid 19th century.

Derivativos

pragmatically

Pronunciación: /-ik(ə)lē/
adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • We have to work realistically and pragmatically with the issue.
  • No one is willing to look at the problem rationally and pragmatically.
  • This appears to be a mere truism and I can't see why the end results are relevant excepting in the case where you support the action and then realise pragmatically that the costs and results are worse than you imagined.

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adjective
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