rɪəˈlɪstɪk прил.
1) реалистичный;
жизненный, реалистический Is it realistic to expect such results? ≈ Реалистично ли ожидать таких результатов?
2) практический, прагматический, практичный, трезвый, утилитарный realistic politicsтрезвая политика Syn : practical, sober
3) относящийся к реалистической философии реалистический, реалистичный - * planning реалистическое планирование - * attitude реальный /реалистичный/ подход - his view of life is very * он смотрит на жизнь без иллюзий практический, прагматический - let's be * давайте подойдем к вопросу практически (литературоведение) (искусство) реалистический - * novel реалистический роман натуралистический - * description натуралистическое описание realistic практический, трезвый;
realistic politics трезвая политика

Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь. 2001.

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