Definition of acumen in English:

acumen

Syllabification: a·cu·men
Pronunciation: /əˈkyo͞omən, ˈakyə-
 
 
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noun

The ability to make good judgments and quick decisions, typically in a particular domain: business acumen
More example sentences
  • From as far back as he could remember, he'd had his own sense of business acumen.
  • He said pilots would be chosen for their tactical acumen, ability to learn quickly and common sense.
  • But generally I prefer policies that demonstrate a scintilla of common sense and financial acumen.
Synonyms

Origin

late 16th century: from Latin, 'sharpness, point', from acuere 'sharpen' (see acute).

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