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Related to realistically: rather, rather than, preliminary, obviously, sought

re·al·is·tic

 (rē′ə-lĭs′tĭk)
adj.
1. Tending to or expressing an awareness of things as they really are: She gave us a realistic appraisal of our chances.
2. Of or relating to the representation of objects, actions, or social conditions as they actually are: a realistic novel about coal mining. See Synonyms at vivid.

re′al·is′ti·cal·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.realistically - in a realistic manner; "let's look at the situation realistically"
unrealistically - in an unrealistic manner; "his expectations were unrealistically high"
2.realistically - in a realistic manner; "the figure was realistically painted"

realistically

adjective really, basically, in truth, if you are honest Realistically, there is never one right answer.
Translations
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realistically

[rɪəˈlɪstɪkəlɪ] ADV [think, consider, describe] → de manera realista
realistically minded peoplela gente que piensa de manera realista
the best we can realistically expect islo mejor que podemos esperar, siendo realistas, es ...
it just isn't realistically possiblesiendo realistas, es sencillamente imposible
her designs are realistically pricedsus diseños tienen un precio razonable
realistically, he had little chance of winningsiendo realistas, tenía pocas posibilidades de ganar

realistically

[ˌrɪəˈlɪstɪkəli] adv
(in a pragmatic way)de façon réaliste
The problem needs to be looked at realistically → Il faut examiner le problème de façon réaliste.
(in a way that is achievable)raisonnablement
Decide how much you can realistically afford each month → Décidez d'une somme que vous pouvez raisonnablement payer chaque mois.
(like real life)de façon réaliste
Her characters are realistically depicted and thoroughly believable → Ses personnages sont dépeints de façon réaliste et sont parfaitement crédibles.
(if we're going to face facts)
Realistically, I don't think Scotland will win → Soyons réalistes, je ne pense pas que l'Écosse va gagner.
(= in reality) → en réalité

realistically

adv hope forrealistisch, realistischerweise; it just isn’t realistically possiblees ist realistisch gesehen nicht möglich, es ist einfach unrealistisch; realistically, he had little chance of winningrealistisch gesehen hatte er kaum eine Chance zu gewinnen; realistically speakingrealistisch gesehen or gesagt

realistically

[ˌrɪəˈlɪstɪklɪ] advrealisticamente

real

(riəl) adjective
1. which actually exists. There's a real monster in that cave.
2. not imitation; genuine. real leather; Is that diamond real?
3. actual. He may own the factory, but it's his manager who is the real boss.
4. great. a real surprise/problem.
adverb
(especially American) very; really. a real nice house.
ˈrealist noun
a person who sees, or claims to see, life as it is, without being affected by emotion etc.
ˈrealism noun
ˌreaˈlistic adjective
(negative unrealistic).
1. showing things as they really are. a realistic painting.
2. taking a sensible, practical view of life. I'd like to think we'd sell five of these a day, but it would be more realistic to say two.
ˌreaˈlistically adverb
reality (riˈӕləti) noun
1. that which is real and not imaginary. It was a relief to get back to reality after hearing the ghost story.
2. the state of being real.
3. (often in plural reˈalities) a fact. Death and sorrow are two of the grim realities of human existence.
ˈreally adverb
1. in fact. He looks a fool but he is really very clever.
2. very. That's a really nice hat!
interjection
an expression of surprise, protest, doubt etc. `I'm going to be the next manager.' `Oh really?'; Really! You mustn't be so rude!
real estate
(the buying and selling of) land and houses.
for real
(especially American) genuine; true. He says he's got a new bike, but I don't know if that's for real.
in reality
really; actually. He pretends to be busy, but in reality he has very little to do.
References in classic literature ?
Virginia took a keen delight in watching the Malays and lascars at their work, telling von Horn that she had to draw upon her imagination but little to picture herself a captive upon a pirate ship--the half naked men, the gaudy headdress, the earrings, and the fierce countenances of many of the crew furnishing only too realistically the necessary savage setting.
He is always absolutely clear, direct, and intellectually forceful; in exposition and argument he is cumulatively irresistible; in description and narration realistically picturesque and fascinating; and he has the natural instinct for narration which gives vigorous movement and climax.
Realistically, it will take some time for most businesses to make the switch to Windows 95.
According to Peter Grey, president of Peter Grey Terhune Presents, Inc., in Cocoa Beach, Florida: "Realistically, in the cruise market there are very few people who meet all three requirements.
"This is an additional tool to tell you on day one--not day 300--what you can realistically expect with your tolerances."
I agree with everyone of those words apart from 'Celtic' and 'realistically'.
Realistically I think we can finish outside the bottom three, but top 10 is out of our reach.
Rottman, author of Hero, Rough Waters, Head Above Water, and Stetson, excels at realistically depicting teens struggling with family issues.
Realistically priced and well presented homes are still selling despite the recent slowdown in the North-East property market.
"But even if this process is opened up, it certainly doesn't seem like anyone would realistically have a deal bigger and better than Charlie's."
Gerard Houllier admitted Liverpool are now realistically going for fourth spot at best in the Barclaycard Premiership.
Their faces are drawn with exacting verisimilitude from newspaper clippings and police files; their bodies, as has been noted by other critics, are fantasy constructions realistically portrayed.