English to Khmer Meaning of sly - ដេលមានកលល្បិច

Sly :

ដេលមានកលល្បិច, ល្បិចកល, នយោបាយ, គួរឱ្យស្រលាញ់, ឆ្លាត, យ៉ាងដូចម្តេច, ឡូយ, ល្បិច, ប្រាជ្ញា, ជំងឺធ្លាក់ទឹកចិត្ត, បង្ក្រាប, ទប់, រិល, Rascal, ដែលបានផ្ដល់ឱ្យដើម្បីបន្លំ, ជើងចាស់, មានបទពិសោធ, ង, វៀច, មិនស្មោះត្រង់, រៀបចំធ្វើកិច្ចការជំនួញ, បង្ហញ, រឹងមាំ, ដោយប៉ិនប្រសប់, machiavellian, ភ្ញាក់ផ្អើល, មានភាពវ័យឆ្លាត, វៃឆ្លាត, សម្ងាត់, រន្ធនិងជ្រុង

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Definitions of sly in English
Adjective(1) marked by skill in deception
Examples of sly in English
(1) But that short eyebrow, sly grin and crooked jaw are now what make me, well, me.(2) I'm starting to go faster at each race but I'm still not sly enough when it comes to hitting my adversaries!(3) Her letters therefore reveal a web of motives and sly manipulation that her uncomfortable position encouraged.(4) At the Chelsea Flower Show, Ann-Marie Powell finds garden designers looking to a geometric future and enjoys japesters taking a sly dig at the past(5) The Romans, who will resolutely overwhelm an adversary with the might of arms, they say Phoenicians are deceitful and sly .(6) Ray was oblivious to my cunning and sly plan, and I kept it that way.(7) He seems touched but then can't resist having a sly dig at himself by pointing out that the really tender thing to have done would have been not to include it on the album.(8) It is sly , clever after a fashion, and undeniably effective.(9) She was a rather cunning and sly teenager by nature, accented by her narrow brown eyes and usual smirk.(10) But it is dispensed with such style, coupled to such a mixture of absurd silliness and sly knowingness about human nature, that you can't help falling for its charms.(11) He couldn't resist what appeared a sly dig at the directors of Dundee, suggesting that by refusing to accept his offer to invest, they were willing to risk their club's financial well-being.(12) Given his reluctance to admit the obvious, it's no surprise he still manages to aim a selection of sly digs at the Australian umpires and authorities.(13) Stan nodded conspiratorially, a sly grin creeping over his face.(14) He used to peel down to his jockstrap, muscles glistening, sly grin flashing, while firing cryptic answers at the media, which he loathed.(15) It's not impossible that such a conspiracy is taking place, because there are many sly people who manipulate the dumb citizens for their own benefit.(16) The entire nation tuned in to watch his presentation of the 1994-1995 budget interspersed with Urdu couplets and sly digs at the opposition.
Related Phrases of sly
(1) on the sly ::
(2) sly dog ::
(3) sly fox ::
1. cunning ::
3. surreptitious ::
4. foxy ::
1. artless ::
2. ingenuous ::
3. innocent ::
Different Forms
sly, slyer, slyest, slyly, slyness
Word Example from TV Shows
You sound like The Sly One.

You sound like The Sly One.

Vikings Season 1, Episode 2

That scoundrel, that sly one.

That scoundrel, that SLY one.

Vikings Season 1, Episode 2

My role is to be sly, obsequious
and without scruples.

My role is to be SLY, obsequious and without scruples.

Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 9

It wasn't me who joined forces with The Sly One

It wasn't me who joined forces with The Sly One

Vikings Season 1, Episode 2

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