savvy

[ UK /sˈævi/ ]
[ US /ˈsævi/ ]
VERB
  1. get the meaning of something
    Do you comprehend the meaning of this letter?
NOUN
  1. the cognitive condition of someone who understands
    he has virtually no understanding of social cause and effect
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How To Use savvy In A Sentence

  • For the computer savvy individual, you can set up your daily or weekly schedule to give you an auto-reminder of you resolution.
  • I am computer savvy, and had read other blogs and thought it'd be worth a shot.
  • The now not-so-young British artist is best known for his macabre installations, business savvy and yobbish personality. Damien Hirst's Birthday: June 7 (PHOTOS, VIDEO)
  • Now the company wants to extend that marketing and logistics savvy to beef and pork.
  • That they are gaining headlines for their attire will seem a case of commercial savvy and female empowerment. Times, Sunday Times
  • Behind every brilliant best-selling author is usually a perceptive, savvy publisher.
  • Benecken characterized the entire hacking case as "ultramodern" and said that, in a way, it exemplified the "downside" of today's digital age "that can easily been taken advantage of by savvy youths with those skills and a lot of time. Hackers Allegedly Steal New Gaga Songs, Rumored Ke$ha Sex Photo
  • It involves the characteristics of criticism, recessiveness, savvy, introspectiveness and creativity.
  • Accompanied by Flipside, whose rhymes are always slick and savvy, the two performed a dynamite set.
  • The idea of the Windows-free promo is to attract tech - savvy custom at a time when consumer PC sales are flatter than a flat pancake.
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