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wily

adjective   /ˈwaɪ.li/
(of a person) intellgent, having a very good understanding of situations, possibilities, and people, and often willing to use tricks to achieve an aim astuto a wily politician →  See also wiles 10501127
(Definition of wily from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

wily

adjective /ˈwaili/ ( comparative wilier, superlative wiliest)
crafty, cunning, sly etc astuto a wily old fox He is too wily for the police to catch him.
wiliness noun
astucia
(Definition of wily from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “wily”
in Vietnamese xảo trá…
in Malaysian licik…
in Thai เต็มไปด้วยเล่ห์…
in French rusé…
in German gerissen…
in Chinese (Simplified) (人)狡猾的,诡计多端的…
in Turkish kurnaz, cin fikirli, şeytan…
in Russian хитрый…
in Indonesian licik…
in Chinese (Traditional) (人)狡猾的,詭計多端的…
in Polish sprytny, przebiegły…
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