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savvy

(ˈsævi)
1. tv. & in. to understand (someone or something). (Adapted from Spanish sabe, he knows.) Do you savvy?
2. n. knowledge; know-how. I don’t have the savvy necessary to do the job.
3. mod. knowledgeable. He is one of the most savvy directors in New York.
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People living in Scotland are the savviest when it comes to taking advantage of special deals, saving PS1,019 per year typically, compared with the average across the country of PS742, according to a survey for American Express.
Our brand name Fifty One East has been recognised as the epitome of luxury and the true definition of a world for the savviest and most seasoned experts and enthusiasts.
We are delighted to invest in an office building with one of the savviest real estate investment firms in the world," said Michael Reid, a principal of Herald Square Properties.
8220;We are thrilled and honoured to be recognized by this esteemed panel of judges who represent some of the savviest decision makers in IT,” said Varun Singh, CEO and founder of ScaleArc.
According to a statement issued by the Italian Embassy in Beirut, "Papers of Dialogue" provides a unique take on culture, economy, energy, geopolitics and arts and will "contain a level of detail that is sure to satisfy the savviest of readers.
Jan Gray, a Northern California real estate agent, said women are among her savviest clients.
The savviest insurance companies are not banking on a sudden change in rates to ensure continued stable capacity.
Wary of a US drilling slowdown and tired of waiting for Baker's restructuring to pay off, some of the savviest hedge fund managers, including Andreas Halvorsen of Viking Global Investors and Eric Mindich of Eton Park Capital, dumped their entire stakes in Baker during the third quarter.
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THE PLOT: Prince (Vivek), the world's savviest thief wakes up one morning with memory loss.
The filming captures a very raw perspective, drawing you into Beirut's shortcuts and back-alleys known only to the savviest delivery boys.
In fact she has made it through to the final of a competition to find the UK's savviest shopper.
It is too early to foresee a sustained pick-up in retailers' fortunes over the coming months, and the savviest retailers will continue working hard to offer consumers the best possible value for money.
And the savviest users are using Linkedln for much more than job hunts.
With its competitive price and unlimited upgradeability, the iVent201 is the savviest investment for all your needs, now and in the future.