- adj.精明的，敏锐的; 奸诈的，狡猾的; 有眼光的; 精于盘算的;
- 比较级: shrewder;
- 最高级: shrewdest;
- 副词: shrewdly;
- 名词: shrewdness;
He was a shrewd lawyer with a talent for uncovering paper trails of fraud.
She is a shrewd judge of character.
My mother had consequently made her own shrewd deductions about what was going on in my marriage.
It should prove a shrewd investment.
He's a shrewd businessman and hard as nails.
The President has played a shrewd diplomatic game because from the outset he called for direct talks with the United States.
He enjoyed the play's shrewd and pungent social analysis.
She's a shrewd businesswoman.
His answer to the journalist is a shrewd one.
He was shrewd in his personal assessments.
Though still in his teens, Tom is shrewd at a bargain.
He's too shrewd to be trusted in business matters.
A shrewd reply that tells us exactly nothing.
She was no great reasoner where affection entered in, but shrewd enough without it.
For the present, shrewd man that he was, he was prepared to compromise.
She answered pomposity with irony and dominated conversations by her personality and shrewd psychology.
Affable, friendly, exceedingly shrewd , and speaking French capably, he was admirably suited for his task.
殷勤, 友善, 非常精干, 并能说流利的法语, 他对他的任务确能胜任愉快.
This was a shrewd dig.
She is shrewd in a sort.
Flattery cuts no ice with Alison , she's far too shrewd.
A: My boss a shrewd businessman everyone admires him.
Shrewd purchasing requires considerable knowledge.
Drouet was not shrewd enough to see that this was not tactful.
——英汉文学 - 嘉莉妹妹
A: My boss is such a shrewd businessman everyone admires him.
Othello. But denoted a foregone conclusion :'Tis a shrewd doubt, though it be but a dream.
奥 瑟 罗但是过去发生过什麽事就可想而知; 虽然只是一个梦,怎麽能不叫人起疑呢.
He's shrewd and sometimes ruthless.
False coin is pass most easily upon the shrewd banker.
They make shrewd plans against Your people, And conspire together against Your treasured ones.
诗83:3他们同谋奸诈要害你的百姓 、 彼此商议要害你所隐藏的人.
With shrewd tact and womanly kindness Nadyezhda had won his complete trust.
To put it in another way: he is very shrewd.
1. marked by practical hardheaded intelligence;
"a smart businessman"
"an astute tenant always reads the small print in a lease"
"he was too shrewd to go along with them on a road that could lead only to their overthrow"
2. used of persons;
"the most calculating and selfish men in the community"
bright, clever, wise, brilliant, intelligent, ingenious, smart, shrewd
keen, acute, sharp, shrewd