Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Pragmatic"

The meaning of "Pragmatic" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does pragmatic mean?
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Q: What does pragmatic mean?
A: Pragmatico means dealing with things with a realistic approach.
Q: What does pragmatic mean?
A: Dealing with things sensibly
Q: What does pragmatic mean?
A: Pragmatic is basically to deal with situations calmly and assertively based on your personal reaction. Not just because it's right logically but because you feel it's right or you can deal with it.

Example sentences using "Pragmatic"

Q: Please show me example sentences with pragmatic.
A: "As problems arose, he was pragmatic in his approach to dealing with them."
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Q: Please show me example sentences with pragmatic.
A: My father had no education to speak of, he was rather pragmatic; he could repair anything around the house.

Synonyms of "Pragmatic" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between pragmatic and practical ?
A: They are really very similar, but I do not often use pragmatic
Q: What is the difference between pragmatic and practical ?
A: Essentially that's the difference. In other words, a pragmatic person deals with problems in a practical manner.
Q: What is the difference between pragmatic and practical ?
A: Loosely speaking you'll probably use "practical" most of the time meaning something is useful. pragmatic I guess won't be used in daily conversation but it refers to a philosophical movement where value ( of something) is based on how useful/practical something is.
Q: What is the difference between pragmatic and practical ?
A: Hmm, good question.
Pragmatic and practical are very similar, but practical is used much more often than pragmatic is.
"A practical approach to calculus"
means essentially the same thing as
"A pragmatic approach to calculus"

The only difference I can think of is that pragmatic also serves as the opposite of dogmatic, which is like a devout religion of an unquestionable truth, and pragmatism holds the connotation of questioning that truth in a scientific sense?

As a bottom line, the proper word is usually "practical", unless it's a religious context, in which case "pragmatic" might be the right word, I suppose.

Translations of "Pragmatic"

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