An adverb is a word that describes a verb, an adjective, or other adverbs (e.g. to run quickly, very tired).
1. (general)
a. astutamente
shrewdly [ˈʃruːdlɪ]
[+say, ask, point out] sagazmente; [+reason] con perspicacia; con sagacidad; [+act] hábilmente; con astucia; [+invest] inteligentemente
look, perceive, realize
she had shrewdly guessed the reason for his absence había adivinado astutamente la razón de su ausencia; se había dado cuenta hábilmente de la razón de su ausencia
Moira looked shrewdly at him. "How's your sister?" she asked. "One would almost think you'd been talking to Thrale yourself." He regarded the inspector shrewdly. He glanced shrewdly at Ted. "Any ideas? Off the record, of course." Ramsay shrewdly realised that the Academy would provide his son with an ideal business opportunity. .. Kate shrewdly recognised the usefulness of the work grapevine and used it to her advantage. Baran had shrewdly perceived, imperialism had to be discredited. "He wasn't the only one," said the old man shrewdly, his eyes on Kemp. "Valuable, was it?" Anderson asked shrewdly. Is this film, as a critic shrewdly observed, his best mistake yet? The advisor shrewdly pointed that in such extreme conditions even a trained warrior might be sorely tempted to eat one of the sacred deer. ...Owen shrewdly comments that this was perhaps part of the play's appeal. she shrewdly reasoned that Higgins didn't want to share his success with anyone he had invested his money shrewdly he had acted shrewdly and managed to avoid paying too much tax
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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