Portuguese translation of 'streetwise'
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Example Sentences Including 'streetwise'
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He is a bit more streetwise.The Sun (2010)
He should be a lot more streetwise now and we expect him to get the job done.The Sun (2015)
Players tend to mellow and become a bit more streetwise as they get older.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
There are horses in it who are a lot more streetwise.The Sun (2015)
It was all about how savvy, streetwise and urban you could be.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
She is a very streetwise young woman.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
We should have been a lot more streetwise and also grasped a lot more what it meant and what an opportunity it was.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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'streetwise' in Other Languages
British English: streetwise /ˈstriːtˌwaɪz/ ADJECTIVE
Someone who is streetwise knows how to deal with difficult or dangerous situations in big cities.
I was a cocky, streetwise kid.
- American English: streetwise
- Arabic: مُحَنَّك
- Brazilian Portuguese: malandro
- Chinese: 善于在城市生活的
- Croatian: snalazi se na asfaltu
- Czech: protřelý ve městě
- Danish: gadevant
- Dutch: door de wol geverfd
- European Spanish: espabilado
- Finnish: katuelämää tunteva
- French: débrouillard
- German: gerissen
- Greek: έμπειρος από τη ζωή
- Italian: sveglio
- Japanese: 世慣れた
- Korean: 도시 물정에 밝은
- Norwegian: storbyvant
- Polish: cwaniacki
- European Portuguese: desenrascado
- Romanian: de cartier
- Russian: опытный знающий принципы выживания в большом городе
- Spanish: espabilado
- Swedish: gatusmart
- Thai: ซึ่งเอาตัวรอดได้ในสังคมเมือง
- Turkish: sokaklarda büyümüş
- Ukrainian: досвідчений
- Vietnamese: bụi đời
Translation of streetwise from the Collins English to Portuguese Dictionary