cunning en Rumano
a. viclean, şiret, şmecher, abil, deştept, isteţ, subţire, vulpesc
Against the shell of her ear broke the waves of worldly cunning.
He could see no change, save that in the eyes there was a look of cunning and in the mouth the curved wrinkle of the hypocrite.
it was cracked in a thousand pieces, but each piece was so like the other, that it seemed the work of a cunning artificer.
They are more cunning than practical.
To Manuel, a man's superiority consisted in his talent, and, above all, in his cunning; to Bizco, courage and strength constituted the sole enviable qualities; the greatest merit of all was to be a real brute, as he would declare with enthusiasm.
This ragman jester was so cunning that often he deceived his colleagues of El Rastro, who were far from being a set of fools.
"I am not afraid of Shere Khan, but Tabaqui is very cunning."
"He is very old and very cunning. Above all, he is always hungry," said Baloo hopefully. "Promise him many goats."
"Yes?" says Miss Martha, revelling in her own cunning.
"You are cunning with me, damn you!" he exclaimed, getting angry.
marked by skill in deception: tricky, wily, knavish, sly, slick, artful, foxy, guileful, tricksy, dodgy, crafty
attractive especially by means of smallness or prettiness or quaintness: cute, attractive
showing inventiveness and skill: ingenious, clever, adroit
shrewdness as demonstrated by being skilled in deception: perspicacity, guile, perspicaciousness, shrewdness, craft, slyness, foxiness, craftiness, wiliness, astuteness
crafty artfulness (especially in deception): artfulness