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sly

adjective
 
 
/slaɪ/ (slyer, slyest)
deceiving people in a clever way to get what you want
sinsi, şeytanî, şeytanca, hınzır
Sly and devious
sly smile a smile that shows you know something that other people do not
sinsi sinsi gülümseme; hınzırca sırıtma; bıyık altından gülme
"I know why Chris didn't come home yesterday," she said with a sly smile.Sly and devious
slyly adverb
kurnazca
(Definition of sly from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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