In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(description/expectations/target) poco realistait's unrealistic to expect that — no es realista esperar eso
- I suppose good parents strive for perfection, which is unrealistic and unnecessary.
- It is unrealistic to expect the country to have the amenities that urban areas have.
- It would be unrealistic to expect too much from the mission, based on a ten-day visit.
- It can, admittedly, be hard to distinguish between being idealistic and being unrealistic.
- But if we carry on as we are, it will be frittered away on grandiose schemes and unrealistic projects.
- They display an unrealistic idealism and create a false sense of peace.
- It may be unrealistic to expect ministers to acknowledge any responsibility for system failures.
- At the same time, one cannot give in to unworthy and unrealistic demands.
- After seven albums, it is unrealistic to expect Beck to keep reinventing himself.
- Now Coun Montaut has condemned the plans as being totally unrealistic and devastating for everyone.
- With an abundance of crises and challenges do we have unrealistic expectations of our corporate leaders?
- The above analysis is based on an unrealistic assumption of perfect knowledge of future treatments.
- In a film which is filled with unrealistic elements it feels like a moment of realism.
- Many schemes promise unrealistic earnings and don't explain clearly what the work involves.
- To be fair, Miles was a genius and it is unrealistic to expect that sort of creative energy from anybody.
- None of these proposals is revolutionary, and many may seem unrealistic and idealistic.
- The rest of the men told him he was unrealistic (which he also admitted was the case) and an idiot.
- He said it was unrealistic to expect tempers not to flare, given the sporting history between the two schools.
- Victor argues that Kyoto cannot work, nor can unrealistic regulations on emissions reduction.
- Faced with such a vision, a standard reaction is to declare it unrealistic and utopian.
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