adjective, savvier, savviest.
experienced, knowledgable, and well-informed; shrewd (often used in combination): consumers who are savvy about prices;
a tech-savvy entrepreneur.
Also, savviness. practical understanding; shrewdness or intelligence; common sense:
a candidate who seemed to have no political savvy.
verb (used with or without object), savvied, savvying.
to know; understand.
verb -vies, -vying, -vied
to understand or get the sense of (an idea, etc)
no savvy, I don’t (he doesn’t, etc) understand
adjective -vier, -viest
(mainly US) shrewd; well-informed
noun 1. a tool or device for cutting, typically a thin blade of metal with a series of sharp teeth. 2. any similar tool or device, as a rotating disk, in which a sharp continuous edge replaces the teeth. verb (used with object), sawed, sawed or sawn, sawing. 3. to cut or divide with a […]
noun 1. a mountain range in central Colorado: part of the Rocky Mountains. Highest peak, Mount Elbert, 14,431 feet (4400 meters).
noun 1. another name for merganser, motmot 2. any of various hummingbirds of the genus Ramphodon
noun, plural sawbones, sawboneses. (used with a singular verb) Slang. 1. a surgeon or physician. noun (pl) -bones, -boneses 1. (slang) a surgeon or doctor sawbones