HyperDic: sagaz

Español > 11 sentidos de la palabra sagaz:
ADJETIVOallsagaz, artero, astuto, bellaco, ladino, pícaro, socarrón, taimadomarked by skill in deception
allsagaz, discernidor, perspicazcapable of making fine distinctions
allsagaz, perspicazhaving or revealing keen insight and good judgment
allsagaz, astuta, astuto, perspicazmarked by practical hardheaded intelligence
allsagaz, perspicazacutely insightful and wise
allsagaz, despavilado, despierto, desvelado, espavilado, listo, vivocharacterized by quickness and ease in learning
allsagazskillful in statecraft or management
allsagaz, perspicazcharacterized by understanding based on comprehension and discernment and empathy
allsagaz, astuto, perspicazappropriate to a purpose
allsagaz, agudo, perspicazquick to understand
allsagaz, entendidoexpressing careful judgment
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Sentidomarked by skill in deception.
Sinónimosartero, astuto, bellaco, ladino, pícaro, socarrón, taimado
Generalartero, astuto, taimadomarked by skill in achieving a desired end especially with cunning or craft
Ingléscrafty, cunning, dodgy, foxy, guileful, knavish, slick, sly, tricksy, tricky, wily
Catalánastut, bergant, murri, sagaç, sorneguer
Nombresardid, argucia, arte, artería, astucia, embaucamiento, engaño, estratagema, farfolla, fullería, picaresca, sofisma, tretaThe use of tricks to deceive someone (usually to extract money from them)
astucia, engaño, zancadillaA cunning or deceitful action or device
astucia, ingeniosidad, inventiva, malicia, maña, picardía, socarronería, taima, taimería, zorreríashrewdness as demonstrated by being skilled in deception
astuta, astuto, gato, pájara, pájaro, pajarraca, pajarraco, pícara, pícaro, zorroA shifty deceptive person
cachondeo, mistificación, tejemaneje, trampa, trapicheoverbal / verbal misrepresentation intended to take advantage of you in some way
desparpajo, labia, marrulleríaA kind of fluent easy superficiality
estratagemaAn elaborate or deceitful scheme contrived / contrived to deceive or evade
maulería, socarroneríaThe quality of being a slippery rascal
Adverbiosastutamente, delicadamente, diestramente, difícilmente, dificultosamente, ingeniosamente, mentirosamenteIn an artful manner
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Sentidocapable of making fine distinctions.
Sinónimosdiscernidor, perspicaz
Generalfinoshowing or indicating careful judgment and discernment especially in matters of taste
Inglésdiscriminative, discriminatory
Verbosdiferenciar, discriminarrecognize or perceive the difference
discriminardistinguish
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SentidoHaving or revealing keen insight and good judgment.
Sinónimoperspicaz
Específicoclarividente, perceptivo, perspicazmentally acute or penetratingly discerning
presciente, previsorperceiving the significance of events before they occur
TambiéncríticoCharacterized by careful evaluation and judgment
finoshowing or indicating careful judgment and discernment especially in matters of taste
Inglésdiscerning
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Sentidomarked by practical hardheaded intelligence.
Sinónimosastuta, astuto, perspicaz
Generallistoshowing mental alertness and calculation and resourcefulness
Inglésastute, sharp, shrewd
Catalánastut, perspicaç, sagaç
Nombresacuidad, agudeza, vivacidad, vivezaA quick and penetrating intelligence
astucia, perspicacia, sagacidadintelligence manifested by being astute (as in business dealings)
Adverbiosafiladamente, agudamente, astutamente, filosamente, inteligentemente, sagazmenteIn a shrewd manner
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SentidoAcutely insightful and wise.
Sinónimoperspicaz
Generaljuicioso, sabioHaving or prompted by wisdom / wisdom / wisdom or discernment
Inglésperspicacious, sagacious, sapient
Nombresastucia, perspicacia, sagacidadintelligence manifested by being astute (as in business dealings)
buen criterio, criterio, discernimiento, juicioThe mental ability to understand and discriminate between relations
sabiduría, sapienciaability to apply knowledge or experience or understanding or common sense and insight
Adverbiosafiladamente, agudamente, astutamente, filosamente, inteligentemente, sagazmenteIn a shrewd manner
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SentidoCharacterized by quickness and ease in learning.
Sinónimosdespavilado, despierto, desvelado, espavilado, listo, vivo
GeneralinteligenteHaving the capacity for thought and reason especially to a high degree
Inglésbright, smart
Catalánbrillant, despert, desvetllat, espavilat, viu
Nombrescapacidad, habilidad, ingenio, inteligenciaintelligence as manifested in being quick and witty
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SentidoSkillful in statecraft or management.
Generalpolitico, prudente, sensatomarked by artful prudence, expedience, and shrewdness
Ingléssagacious
Nombresbuen criterio, criterio, discernimiento, juicioThe mental ability to understand and discriminate between relations
sagacidadThe trait of forming opinions by distinguishing and evaluating
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SentidoCharacterized by understanding based on comprehension and discernment and empathy.
Sinónimoperspicaz
Generalperceptivo, perspicazHaving the ability to perceive or understand
Inglésunderstanding
Catalánperpicaç
AdverbioscomprensivamenteWith understanding
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SentidoAppropriate to a purpose; practical.
Sinónimosastuto, perspicaz
Generalpolitico, prudente, sensatomarked by artful prudence, expedience, and shrewdness
Inglésexpedient
Nombresconveniencia, oportunidadThe quality of being suited to the end in view
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SentidoQuick to understand.
Sinónimosagudo, perspicaz
Generalperceptivo, perspicazHaving the ability to perceive or understand
Inglésapprehensive, discerning
Verbosaferrar, aprehender, captar, comprender, entenderGet the meaning / meaning of something
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SentidoExpressing careful judgment.
Sinónimoentendido
GeneralcríticoCharacterized by careful evaluation and judgment
Inglésdiscriminative, judicial
Catalánentès, sagaç

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