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Translation of "sly" - English-Spanish dictionary

sly

adjective   /slaɪ/ (slyer, slyest)
deceiving people in a clever way to get what you want astuto, ladino
(Definition of sly from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

sly

adjective /slai/
cunning or deceitful astuto, tramposo, malicioso He sometimes behaves in rather a sly manner.
playfully mischievous travieso, pícaro He made a sly reference to my foolish mistake.
slyly adverb ( slily)
maliciosamente She slyly moved one of the chesspieces when her opponent wasn’t looking.
slyness noun
malicia, picardía
(Definition of sly from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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