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It was a clever move on his part, to place her in his debt without making any kind of move on her. Val McDermid THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)But whatever he is, he is clever, and has long prepared to move against the Kingdom. Garth Nix LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2002)It was an interesting twist, I have to admit, very clever of Bobby. Laura Lippman IN A STRANGE CITY (2002)

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Inglês Britânico: clever /ˈklɛvə/ ADJECTIVE
A clever person is intelligent and able to understand things easily or to plan things well.
My sister was always a lot cleverer than I was.
  • Inglês Americano: clever
  • Árabe: شَاطِر
  • Português Brasileiro: esperto
  • Chinês: 聪明的
  • Croata: pametan
  • Tcheco: chytrý
  • Dinamarquês: klog
  • Holandês: slim
  • Espanhol Europeu: inteligente
  • Finlandês: älykäs
  • Francês: intelligent
  • Alemão: schlau
  • Grego: έξυπνος
  • Italiano: intelligente
  • Japonês: 賢い
  • Coreano: 영리한
  • Norueguês: smart
  • Polonês: zdolny
  • Português Europeu: esperto
  • Romeno: deștept
  • Russo: умный
  • Espanhol: inteligente
  • Sueco: begåvad
  • Tailandês: เฉลียวฉลาด
  • Turco: zeki
  • Ucraniano: розумний
  • Vietnamita: thông minh


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