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Not Always RealisticPlay
The term 'ideal' often refers to conditions that are considered perfect but may be unrealistic or hard to achieve. SlideOwning a house by the beach is my ideal dream, but it's not easy to afford.
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Positive ImplicationPlay
'Ideal' conveys a very strong positive opinion when describing a person or situation. SlideHer response to the problem was ideal; I couldn't have done it better myself.
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Subjective NaturePlay
What is 'ideal' to one person may not be 'ideal' to another; it can be subjective. SlideFor me, an ideal vacation involves hiking and adventure, not just relaxing by the pool.