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street smarts

plural noun   US
the ability to manage or succeed in difficult or dangerous situations, especially in big towns or cities (尤指在都市的)生存能力,适应能力 You haven't got the street smarts to last ten minutes in New York without getting ripped off. 你还没有那种能在纽约街头呆上10分钟而不被骗的都市生存能力。 Wise and sensibleKnowledge and awareness
Translations of “street smarts”
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指在都市的)生存能力,適應能力…
(Definition of street smarts from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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