Now you know how to say realist in Spanish. :-)
Translated sentences containing 'realist'
I don't consider myself a pessimist, more like a realist.
No me considero pesimista, más bien realista.
I am an optimist and a realist.
Soy optimista y realista.
I am not an anti-federalist but a realist.
No soy antifederalista, sino realista.
I nevertheless, as a realist, acknowledge that it is a fact.
No obstante, por ser realista, reconozco que es una realidad.
I am enough of a realist to know that this is a gradual process.
Yo soy lo suficientemente realista y sé que es un desarrollo que va paso a paso.
I am a realist, however, and I would say that now we have to live with it.
No obstante, soy realista, y diría que ahora tenemos que vivir con ello.
Yet any realist knows that this will not happen.
Sin embargo, cualquier persona realista sabe que eso no va a suceder.
However, being a realist I am aware that we have reached the limits of what is possible.
Aunque, siendo realista, soy consciente de que hemos llegado al límite de lo posible.
The Member, Mr Tindemans, has been defined a visionary; in my opinion he is a realist.
El Sr. Tindemans ha sido considerado un visionario, pero, a mi juicio, es realista.
This is a realist policy that we need to support strongly and with a great sense of responsibility.
Es una política realista que debemos apoyar con fuerza y con un gran sentido de la responsabilidad.
This will come as no surprise to someone like Sir Leon Brittan, who is more of a dreamer than a realist.
No voy a asombrar a nadie como Sir Leon Brittan, que no es una persona realista, sino un dulce soñador.
Mr President, a reliable visionary must be a realist, and that is why Mr Tindemans was the excellent rapporteur of a report which was, naturally, excellent.
Señor Presidente, un visionario fidedigno debe ser realista y por eso el Sr. Tindemans ha sido un excelente ponente de un informe desde luego muy bueno.
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