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sagacity
American English: /səˈɡæsədi/
British English: /səˈɡasɪti/

Translation of sagacity in Spanish:

noun

uncountable
  • [formal]
    Example sentences
    • This is surprising because Tamil Nadu, though small, is respected for the intellectual strength, political sagacity, legal acumen and moral rectitude of its people.
    • Scientists, development agencies and policy-makers (and now of course the United Nations) seem to have derived their futuristic vision from the political sagacity of Mrs. Gandhi.
    • We have sometimes questioned the Bush administration's political sagacity, but I think it's safe to assume that they are nowhere near that dumb.

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