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Meaning of “wise” - Learner’s Dictionary

wise

adjective     /waɪz/
DECISION
B1 A wise decision or action shows good judgment and is the right thing to do: I think we've made a wise choice. [+ to do sth] It's always wise to see a doctor if you're worried about your health. →  Opposite unwise Wise and sensible
PERSON
B1 A wise person is able to use their knowledge and experience to make good decisions and give good advice.Wise and sensible
be none the wiser informal
to still not understand something after someone has tried to explain it to youUnderstanding and comprehending
wisely adverb
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