[ree-uh-lis-tik] /ˌri əˈlɪs tɪk/
interested in, concerned with, or based on what is real or practical:
a realistic estimate of costs; a realistic planner.
pertaining to, characterized by, or given to the representation in literature or art of things as they really are:
a realistic novel.
resembling or simulating real life:
a duck hunter skilled at making realistic decoys.
Philosophy. of or relating to or realism.
showing awareness and acceptance of reality
practical or pragmatic rather than ideal or moral
(of a book, film, etc) depicting or emphasizing what is real and actual rather than abstract or ideal
of or relating to philosophical realism
“true to reality” (of art, literature, etc.), 1829; “involving a practical view of life” (opposed to idealistic), 1831; from realist + -ic. Related: Realistically.
[ree-al-i-tee] /riˈæl ɪ ti/ noun, plural realities for 3, 5–7. 1. the state or quality of being real. 2. resemblance to what is real. 3. a real thing or fact. 4. real things, facts, or events taken as a whole; state of affairs: the reality of the business world; vacationing to escape reality. 5. Philosophy. […]
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nonrebreathing anesthesia non·re·breath·ing anesthesia (nŏn’rē-brē’ðĭng) n. A technique for inhalation anesthesia in which valves exhaust all exhaled air from the circuit.
[ri-seev] /rɪˈsiv/ verb (used with object), received, receiving. 1. to take into one’s possession (something offered or delivered): to receive many gifts. 2. to have (something) bestowed, conferred, etc.: to receive an honorary degree. 3. to have delivered or brought to one: to receive a letter. 4. to get or be informed of: to receive […]
[ri-sep-shuh n] /rɪˈsɛp ʃən/ noun 1. the act of or the state of being . 2. a manner of being : The book met with a favorable reception. 3. a function or occasion when persons are formally : a wedding reception. 4. the quality or fidelity attained in radio or television broadcasts under given circumstances. […]