Translation of crafty in Spanish:

crafty

Pronunciation: /ˈkræfti; ˈkrɑːfti/

adj (-tier, -tiest)

  • [person] astuto, zorro [colloquial/familiar], vivo [colloquial/familiar]; [child] pícaro, pillo; [methods/tactics] hábil, artero he's a crafty old fox es un viejo de lo más zorro [colloquial/familiar]
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    • The crafty woman was clever enough not to give me the mobiles.
    • Beware of a crafty and clever individual who can talk you into making a bad financial deal.
    • It's just possible that crafty, quick, powerful Jones could defeat any fighter in any weight class in the world.
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    • He pieces together the history behind the crafty tricks and cunning plans of conflict.
    • ‘Well, usually I'd just walk in,’ Dallas said as he scratched his chin and a crafty smile appeared on his face.
    • My red lips curl into a crafty little smile at the thought of that suave, devil of a man sitting on the sixty-eighth floor.
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    • If you are interested in joining a group of crafty ladies do come along and join in the fun.
    • Sunday morning, Tracy, her mother, and I went shopping at a couple of cute little crafty stores.
    • Tap into your inner Picasso with these crafty tricks.

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