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astute
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
astute /əs'tju:t/
  • tính từ
    • sắc sảo, tinh khôn
    • láu, tinh ranh, mánh khoé
Concise Dictionary
ə'stjuːt
adj.
+marked by practical hardheaded intelligence
Thesaurus Dictionary
adj.
1 shrewd, subtle, clever, ingenious, adroit, wily, cunning, calculating, canny, crafty, artful, arch, sly, foxy, guileful, underhand, underhanded; Rare astucious:
He had the reputation of being an astute businessman.
2 sharp, keen, perceptive, observant, alert, quick, quick-witted, sage, sagacious, wise, intelligent, insightful, perspicacious, discerning, knowledgeable:
That was a very astute comment, Smedley.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ adjective
very clever and quick at seeing what to do in a particular situation, especially how to get an advantage
Synonym: SHREWD
an astute businessman / politician / observer + It was an astute move to sell the shares just then. + She was astute enough to realize that what Jack wanted was her money.
astutely adverb
astuteness noun [U]
Collocation Dictionary
adj

VERBS

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ADV.

very | financially, politically


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