clued-up

clued-up

or

clued in

adj
informal shrewd; well-informed
Translations

clued-up

[kluːdˈʌp] clued-in [kluːdˈɪn] adj (fam) → (ben) informato/a
References in periodicals archive ?
THE 90-minute market for the televised Premier League game between Newcastle and Manchester United tonight seems characteristically clued-up.
Evertonians are more clued-up than that - but I insist that David Moyes should be happy with the squad he has.
Clued-up punters, on the other hand, played it much more shrewdly because they were armed with two snippets of information bookies had almost certainly overlooked.
No matter how hard the oddsmakers study the event, they are always at the mercy of more clued-up punters, particularly those close to the action.
Some clued-up backers were quick to get long of ton-ups yesterday morning and waited until they had seen a few frames of yesterday morning's action before buying 50-ups in the afternoon games.