English translation of 'scaltro'
'scaltro' in Other Languages
British English: sly /slaɪ/ ADJECTIVE
A sly look, expression, or remark shows that you know something that other people do not know.
He gave me a sly, meaningful look.
- American English: sly
- Arabic: كَتُوم
- Brazilian Portuguese: dissimulado
- Chinese: 狡猾的
- Croatian: prepreden
- Czech: mazaný
- Danish: snedig
- Dutch: sluw
- European Spanish: taimado
- Finnish: viekas
- French: rusé
- German: listig
- Greek: πονηρός
- Italian: scaltro
- Japanese: ずるい
- Korean: 교활한
- Norwegian: slu
- Polish: przebiegły
- European Portuguese: dissimulado
- Romanian: șiret
- Russian: хитрый
- Latin American Spanish: malicioso
- Swedish: slug
- Thai: ซึ่งมีเล่ห์เหลี่ยม อย่างฉลาดแกมโกง
- Turkish: kurnaz
- Ukrainian: хитрий
- Vietnamese: ranh mãnh
British English: astute ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone as astute, you think they show an understanding of behaviour and situations.
She was politically astute.
British English: shrewd ADJECTIVE
A shrewd person is able to understand and judge a situation quickly and to use this understanding to their own advantage.
She's a shrewd businesswoman.
British English: wily ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone or their behaviour as wily, you mean that they are clever at achieving what they want, especially by tricking people.
This is a wily politician.
Translation of scaltro from the Collins Italian to English
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