Shrewd – meaning of the word and example

Having or based on a clear understanding and good judgement of a situation, resulting in an advantage. (Cambridge Dictionary)

shrewd person is able to understand and judge a situation quickly and to use this understanding to their own advantage. (Collins Dictionary)

Having or showing sharp powers of judgement; astute. (Oxford Dictionaries)

Marked by clever discerning awareness and hardheaded acumen. (Merriam – Webster)

Example

Shrewd antonyms

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