Translation of witty in Spanish:

witty

ingenioso, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈwɪdi//ˈwɪti/

adjective

  • 1

    (person) ingenioso
    (person) ocurrente
    (person) agudo
    (person) (funny) gracioso
    (person) (funny) con chispa
    • Radcliffe is witty and entertaining, but talks in diffident stops and starts.
    • The music is a mixture of gospel, blues and jazz and the dialogue is quick and witty.
    • He was a witty, engaging, clever man who devoted his life to a political philosophy.
    • Mrs. Drollmere had been a lively woman with a shrewd and witty sense of humour.
    • Mahd might have a witty sense of humour but he always has words of wisdom to say to me.
    • We try and think of something clever, something witty, current, hard to pronounce.
    • It may sound boring and not clever or witty of me but I really, genuinely think it matters.
    • For this to be a real success, the programme would have also to be witty and inventive in its use of language.
    • The trio presented witty, rude, clever songs, mostly delivered at a ferocious pace.
    • Maybe they think that person is a highly entertaining, witty and exciting individual.
    • We were, after all, out for a ladylike evening of sparkling chat and witty repartee.
    • I have nothing funny or witty to say about it because it really does bring me to tears.
    • What shines through are the wonderful and witty lyrics and dastardly clever arrangements.
    • The story of three feuding women is described as touching, funny, wise and gloriously witty.
    • He was a native of Monaghan town and was a witty guy, with the cool Monaghan sense of humour.
    • They knew there was a lot more to this warm, witty, sparkly and sprightly show than just the title song.
    • He himself has made inventive and witty use of the Glasgow dialect in much of his work.
    • If you are to match it you are going to have to be witty and clever in your approach to dressing.
    • I was thinking of something funny or witty to say to him, but I couldn't think of anything.
    • What's more, the narrative has pace and is injected with witty dialogue and humour.
  • 2

    (answer/remark) ingenioso
    (answer/remark) agudo
    (answer/remark) (funny) gracioso
    I suppose you think that's terribly witty te parecerá muy gracioso ¿no?