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Meaning of “astute” - Learner’s Dictionary

astute

adjective     /əˈstjuːt/
good at judging situations and making decisions that give you an advantage: an astute businesswoman politically astuteWise and sensibleSkilled, talented and able
astutely adverb
Translations of “astute”
in Vietnamese nhạy bén…
in Spanish astuto…
in Thai ฉลาดหลักแหลม, มีไหวพริบ…
in Malaysian pintar…
in French avisé, astucieux…
in German schlau…
in Chinese (Traditional) 敏銳的, 精明的…
in Indonesian pintar, cerdik…
in Russian проницательный…
in Turkish kurnaz, akıllı, cin gibi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 敏锐的, 精明的…
in Polish błyskotliwy…
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