clear-headed

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clear-headed

adj
mentally alert; sensible; judicious
ˌclear-ˈheadedly adv
ˌclear-ˈheadedness n
Translations

clear-headed

[ˈklɪəˈhedɪd] ADJlúcido, de mente despejada

clear-headed

adj person, decisionbesonnen

clear-headed

[ˈklɪəˈhɛdɪd] adjlucido/a
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Russell, who recently provoked controversy by missing an alcohol test, bolsters his teetotal credentials by clear-headedly offering the same Triumph Hurdle advice as he did last night - ignore the Dermot Weld stats and back Unaccompanied - while Cattermole advises that Brampour is working better than Zarkandar, if his trip to Ditcheat is anything to go by.
High-performing HR leaders are clear-headedly examining the trends in the economy and creating their own futures and, to return to baseball terminology, controlling their own destinies.
Never obscuring his own rootedness in a traditional Catholic faith, Moron clear-headedly realizes that religious sectarianism is so potent and so virulent that any ethical system based on faith "may unfortunately divide.
This is a learned and unfailingly judicious book, remarkable for its readiness to engage with the problems posed by Milton's 'great argument', and, particularly in its account of Adam and Eve (128-54), for its capacity clear-headedly to elucidate them.
His working-class folk in Talking Heads are seen clear-headedly and in the round, as much victims of individually wayward psychologies as of the forbidding cloak of class.
When we are able to access threatsto our civil liberties as clear-headedly as Forer wants us to discuss solutions, we will be getting somewhere.