V2 Vocabulary Building Dictionary
Definition: (adj.) 1. sophisticated and intuitive; 2. having practical knowledge and ability; (n.) keen understanding
Synonyms: (adj.) resourceful, astute, sharp, shrewd, informed, experienced, (n.) understanding, discernment
Antonyms: (adj.) stupid, uninformed, obtuse
Tips: Savvy can be used as both an adjective, to describe somebody who is shrewd and discerning, or a noun, to connote a keen understanding. It's a rather informal term and can also be used as a verb, meaning "to understand something."
It is not enough to create a wonderful product; an entrepreneur must have business savvy as well. (understanding, intelligence) noun
The art center's new controller displayed her financial savvy by correcting the budget deficit within her first year. (understanding, shrewdness) noun
She’s a very savvy negotiator, so I think we should let her handle this deal. (sharp, experienced) adjective
The human resource manager has a lot of savvy when in comes to judging people. (discernment) noun
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