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as·tute

 (ə-sto͞ot′, ə-styo͞ot′)
adj.
Having or showing shrewdness and discernment, especially with respect to one's own concerns. See Synonyms at shrewd.

[Latin astūtus, from astus, craft; see wes- in Indo-European roots.]

as·tute′ly adv.
as·tute′ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.astutely - in a shrewd manner; "he invested his fortune astutely"; "he was acutely insightful"
Translations

astutely

[əsˈtjuːtlɪ] ADV [decide] → astutamente, sagazmente; [choose] → inteligentemente

astutely

[əˈstjuːtli] adv (= shrewdly) [observe] → astucieusement, avec finesse

astutely

adv remark, observescharfsinnig

astutely

[əsˈtjuːtlɪ] advaccortamente
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No mention of that local hunt, Watson," said Holmes with a mischievous smile, "but a country doctor, as you very astutely observed.
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I REFER to the letter in yesterday's Daily Post by Kathy Coutanche of Capel Curig, who is quite rightly drawing attention to the curious call by Janet Finch-Saunders AM for a freeze in Council Tax, and Ms Coutanche astutely shows her past record on this whilst she was a councillor in CCBC.
The illustrations [by Harriet Pincus], so filled with details and surprises they invite repeated scrutiny, have verity and vitality, poignancy and endearing humor," the review astutely says.
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LA-based Chris Appelhans, who has illustrated films such as The Princess And The Frog and Coraline, makes his first foray into children's book illustrations with these delightful, muted watercolours, while New Yorker Offill, whose Y books include 17 Things I'm Not Allowed To Do Any More, astutely captures the girl's voice in this heart-warming and funny tale.
Drawing upon documentary evidence from the Royal Navy and high-ranking government officials, At War in Distant Waters paints a dire picture in which economic as well as military and naval forces were critical to how the Great War unfolded, in this astutely reasoned and accessibly presented contribution to military and naval history shelves.