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realistnoun [C]

us   /ˈri·ə·lɪst/
a person who tends to accept and deal with people and situations as they are
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in Chinese (Simplified) 注重, 现实主义者, 务实的人…
in Turkish gerçekçi, realist, (ressam…
in Russian реалист…
in Chinese (Traditional) 注重, 現實主義者, 務實的人…
in Polish realist-a/ka…
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