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    #1

    real/realistic/feasible

    Hello,

    could you please tell me the right expression in the following sentence:

    The components will be supplied within 10 days, so the real/realistic/feasible date of delivery of the whole assembly is November 20, 2006. (meaning the date on which it will be possible to deliver)

    Thank you very much.

    Hanka


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    #2

    Re: real/realistic/feasible

    realistic

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    #3

    Re: real/realistic/feasible

    I agree with Anglika - real here would mean actual (not true), and feasible wouldn't stand up on its own (you'd have to earliest feasible or something like that - which doesn't have the required meaning).

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