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Translation of "clever" - English-Spanish dictionary

clever

adjective   /ˈklev·ər/
A1 mainly UK able to learn and understand things easily listo a clever student
B1 showing intelligence and skill ingenioso, hábil a clever idea
A1 mainly UK able to learn and understand things easily listo a clever student
cleverly adverb /ˈklev·ə·li/
con inteligencia a cleverly designed toy
cleverness noun [no plural] /ˈklev·ə·nəs/
inteligencia, habilidad
(Definition of clever from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

clever

adjective /ˈklevə/
quick to learn and understand inteligente a clever child.
skilful hábil a clever carpenter.
(of things) showing cleverness ingenioso a clever idea.
cleverly adverb
con inteligencia She cleverly managed to disguise the mistake.
cleverness noun
inteligencia We were all impressed by the cleverness of the design.
(Definition of clever from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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