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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishartisticar‧tis‧tic /ɑːˈtɪstɪk $ ɑːr-/ ●●○ adjective  1 ART/CULTURErelating to art or culture artistic work Opinion about the artistic merit of his paintings has been mixed.2 GOOD ATgood at painting, drawing, or producing beautiful things John is very artistic.3 BEAUTIFUL/GOOD-LOOKINGan artistic arrangement, design etc looks attractive and has been done with skill and imagination food presented in an artistic wayartistically /-kli/ adverb
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artisticI love your Christmas decorations - they're very artistic.She described her mother as 'very intelligent and artistic'.That's a lovely picture - I never realized you were so artistic.She's creative, artistic, and temperamental.members of the artistic communityWhat makes them different is their talent and their skills, without which our civilization would lose a priceless artistic heritage.One to deal with its mathematical, one with its philosophical and psychoanalytic, one with its artistic implications.The artistic photographer should represent what he sees and no more, he insisted.Chef Stroehl is known for the artistic presentation of his dishes.His technical command of artistic processes never obscured his sense of humour.It's director says the artistic quality of productions is now at risk.The director feared that business decisions would affect the film's artistic quality.The Czech Republic has a long artistic tradition.Such critical perspectives suggest we are in the midst of a thoroughgoing overhaul of traditional ideas about artistic value and meaning.The food was presented in an artistic way.Creators of artistic works have a legal right to copyright.
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