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"Behavioral" is an adjective which is often translated as "conductual", and "sneaky" is an adjective which is often translated as "astuto". Learn more about the difference between "behavioral" and "sneaky" below.
behavioral(
bih
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hey
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vyuhr
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
a. conductual
Mick earned a master's in behavioral psychology at the university.Mick obtuvo una maestría en psicología conductual en la universidad.
b. de conducta
Oliver is attending behavioral therapy to overcome his substance abuse problems.Oliver está yendo a terapia de conducta para superar sus problemas de abuso de narcóticos.
c. de comportamiento
The teacher told Jimena that her son was having some behavioral problems in school.El maestro le dijo a Jimena que su hijo tenía algunos problemas de comportamiento en la escuela.
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sneaky(
sni
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (deceitful)
a. astuto
He's a sneaky guy. We never know what he's planning.Es un tipo astuto. Nunca sabemos lo que está tramando.
b. ladino
She's so sneaky that she set us up.La muy ladina nos tendió una trampa.
c. solapado
The government implemented the law in a sneaky way.El gobierno puso en marcha la ley de manera solapada.
d. furtivo
He gave me a sneaky glance when he walked by me.Me dio una mirada furtiva cuando pasó por mi lado.
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