Translation of clever-clever in Spanish:


listillo, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈklɛvərˌklɛvər/



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    listillo informal
    que se pasa de listo informal
    que se pasa de vivo Southern Cone informal
    • Inside is where the real source of the problems comes from, thanks to the clever-clever iDrive system.
    • To that end he fills the screen with clever-clever little homages to a great era in French cinema.
    • Maybe his character is some oblique clever-clever reference to Japanese theatre.
    • The building is massively experimental, clever-clever, tricksy, fussy, risky - and I bet it dates quickly and badly.
    • The clever-clever double casting of Bonnevie serves only to emphasize Alex's callowness.
    • It's a concentrated, half-hour shot of intense guitar noise and clever-clever couplets.
    • Internet geeks will rejoice at the latest clever-clever web campaign.
    • Those are the universes where people thought that Mighton's stage play was a miserable flop, a clever-clever intellectual exercise with no emotional weight.
    • The clever-clever developers get all the kudos for coming up with the idea in the first place.
    • It could be that a fashion for clever-clever post-modernism has drained the soul from our playwrights and the politics from their writing.
    • She knew from experience that this was no device, no clever-clever ruse designed to reveal her true character.
    • It's almost too clever-clever, but gets away with it by skipping along regardless and still being hilarious even on repeated listens.
    • You could be forgiven for thinking that they were indeed the clever-clever early - 80s plagiarists paragraph one has them pegged as.
    • I'm a big fan of Magic In Theory and Practice, as it's basically full of plain speaking rather than the usual Crowley clever-clever obfuscation.