savvy

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Englisch - Türkisch
idrak etmek
bir konuyu kavramak
beceriklilik
çakmak
ustalık
çakozlamak
işi uyanmak
Kavrayış, idrak
Kurnaz
Akıllı
{i} kafa
çak
{i} anlayış

Tom anlayışlı, değil mi? - Tom is savvy, isn't he?

{i} bilgi
bilmek
anlamak
kavramak
kavrayış
savvying
bilerek
be savvy
anlayışlı olmak
tech-savvy
Teknoloji meraklısı
Englisch - Englisch
shrewd, well-informed and perceptive
To understand
Do you understand?
get the meaning of something; "Do you comprehend the meaning of this letter?"
To understand; to comprehend; know
A phrase to determine if something is understood
If you describe someone as having savvy, you think that they have a good understanding and practical knowledge of something. He is known for his political savvy and strong management skills. practical knowledge and ability (savvy (18-21 centuries), from sabe , from saber ). someone who is savvy is clever and knows how to deal with situations successfully
the cognitive condition of someone who understands; "he has virtually no understanding of social cause and effect"
{i} understanding, wisdom, intelligence (Slang)
{s} experienced, knowledgeable (Slang)
{f} know, understand (Slang)
Comprehension; knowledge of affairs; mental grasp
savvy joke
witty joke, wise and shameless joke
tech-savvy
Proficient in the use of technology, especially computers
savvied
past of savvy
savvies
third-person singular of savvy
savviest
superlative of savvy
savvying
present participle of savvy
savvy

    Silbentrennung

    sav·vy

    Türkische aussprache

    sävi

    Aussprache

    /ˈsavē/ /ˈsæviː/

    Etymologie

    [ 'sa-vE ] (verb.) 1785. Alteration of sabi (“know”) (in English-based creoles and pidgins), from Portuguese or Spanish sabe (“ knows”), from saber (“to know”), from Latin sapere (“to be wise”). 1785, as a noun, "practical sense, intelligence;" also a verb, "to know, to understand;" West Indies pidgin borrowing of French savez(-vous) (“do you know”)" or Spanish sabe (usted) (“you know”), both from Vulgar Latin *sapere, from Latin sapere (“be wise, be knowing”) (see sapient). The adjective is first recorded 1905, from the noun.

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