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He's never going to agree to that. Be realistic!
The recession has made people more realistic about what they can afford to buy.
Changing your job is the only realistic solution.
It is time to make a realistic assessment of the danger.
He has a realistic chance of winning a seat in the election.
I don't think it's very realistic to expect her to help us.
This is the British English definition of realistic. View American English definition of realistic.
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