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sent (German)

Part of speech: adjective

Increases:
positive cleverly, Comparative more skillful, Superlative most skillful
Hyphenation:
ge | schickt, comparative: ge | schick | ter, superlative: am ge | schick | tes | t
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [ɡəˈʃɪkt]
Word meaning / definition:
1) of high, good craftsmanship, craftsmanship
2) acting carefully and successfully
Synonyms:
2) clever, resourceful, agile, sophisticated
Related terms:
2) intelligent, clever
Opposite words:
1) clumsy
Application examples:
1) The new apprentice is not very cleverly.
2) She has it all again cleverly made.
Typical word combinations:
2) niftyAction

Translations

  • Ancient Greek: 1) σοφός (sophos)
  • English: 1) skilled, mobile phone; 2) deft
  • French: 1) habile, adroit
  • Greek (new): 1) επιδέξιος (epidéxios), μάστορας (mástoras)
  • Italian: 1) abilmente
  • Japanese: 1) 巧 み (た く み, takumi);上手 (じ ょ う ず, jôzu);旨 い (う ま い, umai), 器用 (き よ う, kiyô)
  • Romanian: 1) îndemânatic, abil
  • Swedish: 1) hands, skicklig
  • Spanish: 1) hábil; 1) diestro; 1) mañoso
  • Hungarian: 1) ügyes; 2) ügyes

Part of Speech: Participle II

Hyphenation:
sent
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [ɡəˈʃɪkt]
Grammatical features:

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

Very cleverly the 20-year-old really didn’t get in line.
Stuttgarter Zeitung online, July 16, 2019

The 21-year-old was wrongly at a special school cleverly been.
Kölnische Rundschau, November 28, 2018

With GPS control, drones should also be used on long-haul flights in the future cleverly become.
BILD.de, May 29, 2019

Emre Ö. had 19-year-olds on the line cleverly and mistreated.
Mopo, July 4th, 2019

Because he suspected Nazi pictures to a biker club colleague cleverly should have, a 53-year-old community worker in Wr. Neustadt in court.
Today.at, September 4th, 2018

In Zimbabwe, a pachyderm shows very much cleverly when looking for food.
GMX, December 21, 2019

Jeep shows cleverly through the grille, which perspective is currently the safest.
kress.de, March 25, 2020

Michael Wendler is supposed to take nude photos of another young woman cleverly to have.
Day 24, January 18, 2020

Now the search for a name begins: suggestions can be sent to the zoo in the next few days cleverly become.
kurier.at, February 19, 2020

Child Prince Couple bypasses cleverly the guards and is not deterred by the camouflage.
Saarbrücker Zeitung, February 20, 2020

The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.


Grammar / Declinations

Inflection sent - The declension of the adjective sent

 NominativeGenitivedativeaccusative
definite article
Masculinethe clever oneof the skillfulthe skillful onethe skillful
Femininethe clever onethe niftythe niftythe clever one
neuterthe niftyof the skillfulthe skillful onethe nifty
Pluralthe niftythe niftythe skillfulthe nifty
indefinite article
Masculinea clever onea clever onea skillful onea skillful one
Femininea clever onea skillful onea skillful onea clever one
neutera nifty onea clever onea skillful onea nifty one
without article
Masculinemore skillfulskillfulskillfulskillful
Feminineskillfulmore skillfulmore skillfulskillful
neuterniftyskillfulskillfulnifty
Pluralskillfulmore skillfulskillfulskillful

Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • skillfully: demonstrating great skills, for example of a manual or technical nature
  • agile: clever, elegant
  • skillful: skillfully crafted
  • artfully
  • artful
  • artful: made with considerable (manual, artistic, technical) skills
  • with (great) skill: something or someone attached or connected to it as a certain unity; together; taking advantage of something; colloquial when fighting with an opponent (in competition with); against
  • with great skill
  • professional (adverbial): carried out by a professional, in a professional manner; commercially, that is, against payment; expressly no statement about the quality is meant here
  • by a skilled hand (designed / designed / manufactured ...)
  • talented: Having talent
  • dexterous
  • agile: clever, elegant
  • skillful: skillfully crafted
  • useful: be useful to someone or something
  • recommendable: someone / something is necessary, required / is needed
  • is recommended
  • patent: in a direct, practical way skillful in the process and at the same time pleasantly nice; very useful in a practical way
  • practicable: useful for a specific purpose; expedient
  • practically: handy to use, easy to use; in practice, related to reality
  • practical
  • expedient: useful for a specific purpose
  • expedient: appropriate for its purpose; makes sense
  • To have a head
  • alert (go., obsolete): go. lively, alert, lively, fresh
  • alert: cheerful by nature, curious and thoughtful
  • savvy (coll.): clever, tricky, clever, clever, experienced
  • slept in (coll., fig.)
  • clever: smart, witty
  • resourceful: so that you have lots of ideas, new ideas
  • inventive
  • resourceful: with good ideas on how to cope with a difficult situation, and clever
  • gefitzt (switzerland.)
  • clever: of great intelligence, having a sharp mind; containing wise considerations, expressing some wisdom; reasonable; South German, only adjectival: large, immense; outdated: sneaky, cunning, devious, cunning; out of date: fraudulent; out of date: efficient, good, tidy
  • clever (coll.): clever from experience, clever
  • clever: smart, resourceful in solving problems, full of practical ideas
  • bright (coll.): regional, northern German, Berlin: equipped with a well-functioning mind, smart
  • original: new of its kind; witty / funny looking
  • smart (coll.): from people: recognizing and implementing important things well; Colloquially, of statements or things: well thought out or created
  • plietsch (scenic, northern German): Northern German: smart, alert, intelligent, clever
  • refined: of raw materials: cleaned and refined; sly, sophisticated
  • smart: knowing ways to (nevertheless) achieve one's goals; Colloquially: having wisdom
  • adaptable: able to adapt to the environment / conditions / requirements
  • movable: physically, real: able to move or be moved; transferred, mental: able to change mindset; able to be moved
  • elegant: with style and chic, mostly with the focus on: fashionably and tastefully dressed and coiffed; come about in a dexterous, skilful manner; in a fine and mostly cultured way
  • agile: clever, elegant
  • smooth-tongued: in a flattering way
  • agile: in mechanics / motor skills: easily movable / controllable objects; Concerning mental abilities: thinking quickly, reacting quickly to changes

Another word (synonym) for sent - Source: OpenThesaurus


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Abel:… Transistors burned out for 20 years. 1) The Abels sent us a postcard from Kyrgyzstan. 1) Abel plays soccer, Abel does the laundry. Similar terms: ...

go:… Napisałam? Tak. Zaraz go przeczytałem. Did you receive the letter i sent you? - Yes. I read it straight away. 3) Te pismo, never pokazuj go ...

walk: ... make sure that the letter actually arrives, and have sent it by registered mail with acknowledgment of receipt, otherwise someone is fine - ironic doubt about their sanity: how ...

cat: having seven lives like a cat - surviving a lot, being robust, not being killed like a cat always falling on its own feet - skilfully pulling yourself out of the affair like a wet cat looking - be surprised or

understand: ... understand, do not particularly understand, do not understand each other at all 5a) know how to do something (excellent, skilful, thorough, masterful; casually from the inside out); be…


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