Traducción de sharp-witted en Español:

sharp-witted

listo, adj.

Pronunciación /ˌʃɑrpˈwɪdəd/

adjetivo

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    listo
    agudo
    • The sharp-witted reader will have seen the subtle problems this can give rise to.
    • We have asked sharp-witted political observers, party insiders and Tyee contributors to post their thoughts using the comments feature that follows this introduction.
    • But the irony was not supposed to be hard-hearted or sharp-witted.
    • For all the digging and exposing and sharp-witted quipping the film offers, there's not a mean-spirited moment in it.
    • I think there's a distracting absurdity about his music because it deflects you slightly from the fact that he's often very sharp-witted; there are some very pointed observations within his songs.
    • Barker, however, retains the sharp, cynical eye of Wilde's writing, and the result is that rare creature: a period film that is both sharp-witted and good fun.
    • It's a weak supposition - unworthy of the sharp-witted Miss Bennet.
    • Eustache's dialogues are sharp-witted and astute, his characters larger than life from the start.
    • He was a sharp-witted polemicist (as his press conferences with western journalists showed), but he used simple language, frequently making his point with references to the Old Testament.
    • As the sharp-witted Dana will observe in a later episode, Sarah wants to have things both ways.
    • In fact, this polite and sharp-witted man got into museum work whilst working as a boat builder.
    • The opera tells of the adventures of a sharp-witted young vixen cub who defies all men who want to tame her to explore life for herself in the forest.
    • But, although it's undeniably visceral, in the end it's a sharp-witted study of sentimentalised violence and the use of language as a form of moral camouflage.
    • Her elderly guardian does everything he can to foil her happiness but sharp-witted Figaro ensures true love triumphs.
    • She remains a formidable presence, still charismatic and sharp-witted after six decades of fame.
    • He was a sharp-witted guy, changing and drifting around girlfriends as much as he changed his clothes - maybe even a little more frequent.
    • Thousands of retail investors joined sharp-witted institutions in making millions of pounds from the short-lived collapse in share prices that followed the terrorist strikes in London on Thursday.
    • Unfortunately, I must refer my sharp-witted fourth correspondent to one of my books for a detailed argument.
    • He was very lively, sharp-witted, and perceptive about many things - yet he could also be bitter, cruel in his observations, and reckless in his behaviour.
    • Acerbic, sharp-witted and adroit at playing any instrument ever invented, he transformed the image of pre-mediaeval music from scholarly study to sheer fun.