"realistic" Czech translation
It's not really what is realistic, it's what we think looks realistic really.
And if you do a good job capturing the photos, the result can be quite beautiful and also quite realistic.
open and realistic about what monetary policy can do and, even more importantly, what it cannot do.
And since I'm realistic, rather than grandiose, I don't claim that the ability to control the function of the nervous system will at once unravel all its mysteries.
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Usage examples for "realistic" in Czech
We didn't tell them that the city police were going to come and do realistic arrests.
(Applause) How often do you think I have that day? (Laughter) We need to be realistic.
So to achieve a realistic result, I think it comes down to planning.
It's not realistic with lifelong treatment for everyone in the poorest countries.
So I would like to say that there are three simple rules to follow to achieve a realistic result.
Here are the types of thinking: photo-realistic visual thinkers, like me; pattern thinkers, music and math minds.
Imagine now taking an astrophysically realistic situation -- imagine two black holes that have lived a long life together.
But what's the trick that makes it look realistic?
You see some people did beautiful stipple renderings, like this one on top -- spent a long time making realistic versions.
Chauvet caves are about 32,000 years old, along with a few small, realistic sculptures of women and animals from the same period.
And this is realistic.
So the things that make a photograph look realistic, I think it's the things that we don't even think about, the things all around us in our daily lives.
As regards fiscal policies, the need for ambitious and realistic fiscal exit and consolidation strategies is becoming increasingly pressing.
In particular, it is crucial that ambitious and realistic fiscal exit and consolidation strategies, underpinned by concrete structural measures, are put in place.
Finally, many consumers today continue to recall a price level in national currencies that has remained "frozen in time" and becomes therefore increasingly unrealistic as time goes on.
So for example, in realist paintings, it ranges from this, which is kind of old masters style, to really realistic still-life, to this type of painting where I'm painting with a single hair.
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