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pragmatic

adjective
 
 
/præɡˈmætɪk/
doing things in a practical and realistic way and not using only ideas
pratik, yararcı, gerçekci
a pragmatic approach to a problemReality and truthWays of achieving things
Translations of “pragmatic”
in Spanish Pragmatico…
in Chinese (Traditional) 講究實際的,重實效的, 實用主義的…
in Russian практичный, деловой…
in Chinese (Simplified) 讲究实际的,重实效的, 实用主义的…
in Polish pragmatyczny, rzeczowy…
(Definition of pragmatic from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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