Sinónimos de ideal en inglés:

ideal


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adjetivo

1‘it was ideal flying weather’

SINÓNIMOS
perfect, best possible, consummate, supreme, absolute, complete, copybook, flawless, faultless, without fault, exemplary, classic, archetypal, model, ultimate, quintessential
ANTÓNIMOS

bad

2‘a unified European culture remained as an ideal concept that inspired future kings and emperors’

SINÓNIMOS
abstract, theoretical, conceptual, notional, intellectual, metaphysical, philosophical, academic
hypothetical, speculative, conjectural, conjectured, suppositional, putative
marginal suppositious, suppositive, ideational
ANTÓNIMOS

concrete

3‘the film-makers portray an ideal world’

SINÓNIMOS
unattainable, unachievable, impracticable, unworkable, unfeasible
unreal, fictitious, hypothetical, theoretical, ivory-towered, imaginary, idealized, utopian, romantic, quixotic, visionary, fanciful, fairy-tale
ANTÓNIMOS

attainable, real


nombre

1‘I want to be with someone who is my ideal’

SINÓNIMOS
perfection, paragon, epitome, ne plus ultra, beau idéal, nonpareil, crème de la crème, the last word, the ultimate, a dream
coloquial one in a million, the tops, the best thing since sliced bread, the greatest thing since sliced bread, the bee's knees
arcaico a nonesuch

2‘an ideal to aim at’

SINÓNIMOS
model, pattern, exemplar, example, paradigm, archetype, prototype, criterion, yardstick

3‘the service of others is the highest ideal’

SINÓNIMOS
principle, standard, rule of living, moral value, belief, conviction, persuasion
morals, morality, ethics, code of behaviour, code of honour, ideology, creed
integrity, uprightness, high-mindedness, righteousness, virtue, probity, rectitude, sense of honour, honour, decency, conscience, sense of duty, scruples