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Turkish translation of “wits”

wits

noun [plural]
 
 
/wɪts/
intelligence and the ability to think quickly
zekâ ve yetenek
IntelligencePerceptive
keep/have your wits about you to be ready to think quickly in a situation and react to things that you are not expecting
uyanık olmak, tetikte bulunmak, aklı başında olmak, telaşa kapılmamak, kendine hâkim olmak
You have to keep your wits about you when you're cycling.Aware
(Definition of wits from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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