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down-to-earth

adjective /ˈdɑʊn·tuˈɜrθ/
practical and direct in dealing with people: The players like the coach because he’s down-to-earth and honest with them.
Translations of “down-to-earth”
in Chinese (Traditional) 實際的, 務實的…
in Russian практичный…
in Turkish pratik ve gerçekçi, hayalci olmayan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 实际的, 务实的…
in Polish praktyczny, realistyczny, trzeźwy…
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