Wise

I 1. имя прилагательное 1) мудрый; умудрённый Например: wise decision — мудрое решение wise piece of advice — мудрый совет wise answer — мудрый ответ wise saying — мудрая пословица wise policy — мудрая политика He was not very wise. — Он был не очень умён. - wise man Синоним(ы): sage 2) благоразумный, разумный Например: It was wise of you to remain silent. — Вы правильно поступили, промолчав. It would be wise to agree. — Разумнее было бы согласиться. In this cold wind you'd be wise to bundle up well. — На таком ветру надо кутаться потеплее. Синоним(ы): reasonable 3) используется в разговорной речи знающий, компетентный, осведомлённый, сведущий Например: to be / get wise to something — узнать, понять что-либо to put somebody wise to something — вывести кого-либо из заблуждения, объяснить, надоумить I finally got wise to their tricks. — В конце концов я узнал об их проделках. Синоним(ы): informed, knowledgeable Например: wise after the event — задним умом крепок 2. глагол; американский вариант английского языка; употребляется в США; используется в разговорной речи; то же, что и wise up а) узнать, понять; увидеть, подметить, заметить; сообразить б) сообщить, рассказать (кому-либо о чём-либо) ; информировать, ставить в известность; надоумить, подбросить идею - wise off II имя существительное; устаревшее метод, образ, способ, манера - in no wise - in this wise Синоним(ы): manner, mode, fashion, style

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Wise

Идиомы со словом "wise": - and no one is the wiser - as wise as before - some are wise, and some are otherwise

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Wise

I. biographical name Stephen Samuel 1874-1949 American (Hungarian-born) rabbi II. biographical name Thomas James 1859-1937 English bibliophile and forger

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Wise

I. noun Etymology: Middle English, from Old English wīse; akin to Old High German wīsa manner, Greek eidos form, idein to see — more at wit manner, way
Example: in any wise II. adjective (wiser; wisest) Etymology: Middle English wis, from Old English wīs; akin to Old High German wīs wise, Old English witan to know — more at wit 1. a. characterized by wisdom ; marked by deep understanding, keen discernment, and a capacity for sound judgment b. exercising or showing sound judgment ; prudent
Example: a wise investor 2. a. evidencing or hinting at the possession of inside information ; knowing b. possessing inside information
Example: the police got wise to his whereabouts c. crafty, shrewd d. aware of or informed about a particular matter — usually used in the comparative in negative constructions with the
Example: was none the wiser about their plans 3. archaic skilled in magic or divination 4. insolent, smart-alecky, fresh
Example: a tough kid with a wise mouthwisely adverbwiseness noun Synonyms: wise, sage, sapient, judicious, prudent, sensible, sane mean having or showing sound judgment. wise suggests great understanding of people and of situations and unusual discernment and judgment in dealing with them
Example: wise beyond his tender years. sage suggests wide experience, great learning, and wisdom
Example: the sage advice of my father. sapient suggests great sagacity and discernment
Example: the sapient musings of an old philosopher. judicious stresses a capacity for reaching wise decisions or just conclusions
Example: judicious parents using kindness and discipline in equal measure. prudent suggests exercise of the restraint of sound practical wisdom and discretion
Example: a prudent decision to wait out the storm. sensible applies to action guided and restrained by good sense and rationality
Example: a sensible woman who was not fooled by flattery. sane stresses mental soundness, rationality, and levelheadedness
Example: remained sane even in times of crises. III. verb (wised; wising) transitive verb to give instruction or information to ; teach — usually used with up
Example: wise him up about procedures intransitive verb to become informed or knowledgeable ; learn — used with up IV. transitive verb (wised; wising) Etymology: Middle English, from Old English wīsian; akin to Old Norse vīsa to show the way, Old English wīs wise 1. chiefly Scottish a. direct, guide b. advise, persuade 2. chiefly Scottish to divert or impel in a given direction ; send

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