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cunning

adjective /ˈkaniŋ/
sly; clever in a deceitful way
astuto
cunning tricks.
clever
ingenioso
a cunning device.
cunningly adverb
astutamente, ingeniosamente
He was cunningly disguised as a workman.
Translations of “cunning”
in Arabic مُحْتال…
in Korean 교활한…
in Malaysian bijak…
in French rusé, astucieux…
in Turkish şeytan, kurnaz, hinoğlu hin…
in Italian furbo, astuto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 聰明的, 狡猾的,狡詐的…
in Russian хитрый, коварный…
in Polish przebiegły…
in Vietnamese xảo quyệt, khéo léo…
in Portuguese astuto, engenhoso…
in Thai เจ้าเล่ห์, ฉลาด…
in German listig, klug…
in Catalan astut…
in Japanese ずるい…
in Indonesian licik, pintar…
in Chinese (Simplified) 聪明的, 狡猾的,狡诈的…
(Definition of cunning from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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