Translation of realistic in Spanish:

realistic

Pronunciation: /ˌriːəˈlɪstɪk/

adjective/adjetivo

  • 1.1 (sensible) [person/target] realista; [price] razonable be realistic! ¡sé realista! there's no realistic chance of … siendo realistas, no hay posibilidades de que …
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    • He should be positive, practical and realistic about what we can and cannot do.
    • She listened to patients' problems and helped them in realistic and practical ways.
    • To achieve a realistic roll a Catholic school will often have to draw in pupils from a very wide area.
    1.2 [Art/Arte] [Literat] [writer/portrayal] realista
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    • Yet again this painting marks a break from the traditional style of realistic representation in art.
    • The fantasy elements are there to serve what I hope is a realistic depiction of human nature.
    • This show is probably the most realistic medical drama on British television.

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