Translation of acumen in Spanish:


sagacidad, n.

Pronunciation /əˈkjumən/ /ˈækjəmən/ /ˈakjʊmən/ /əˈkjuːmən/

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    sagacidad feminine
    perspicacia feminine
    • From as far back as he could remember, he'd had his own sense of business acumen.
    • He said pilots would be chosen for their tactical acumen, ability to learn quickly and common sense.
    • But generally I prefer policies that demonstrate a scintilla of common sense and financial acumen.
    • It is not so much his tactical acumen as his ability to inspire that distinguishes Graeme Souness as a coach.
    • Councils need to be run by managers with initiative and a high level of business acumen.
    • His friends say what he lacks in political savvy he makes up in business acumen.
    • He was born and brought up in Gorse Hill, and first showed his business acumen at the age of 13 when he began farming pigs in his back garden.
    • With his footballing background and business acumen, he seemed the ideal choice for this highly prestigious position.
    • Joining the company as a trainee, his business acumen saw him quickly rise up the ranks to become general manager in 1955.
    • They seem genuinely surprised when the venture capitalists quite reasonably question their lack of business acumen.
    • Of course, all this business acumen didn't come from heading out on the highway looking for adventure.
    • At the same time, many of the vice-presidents offer specialised skills, knowledge and business acumen.
    • This elegant chief executive has the business acumen of the Americans and the undeniable style of the Italians in her origins.
    • Greed, under the guise of business acumen and entrepreneurship, has become the new religion.
    • Your business acumen and professional creativity are tested in difficult assignments.
    • His business acumen saw him build and purchase hotels in Galway and Dublin.
    • Anyone finding it impossible to profit where there is no competition simply demonstrates a lack of business acumen.
    • He went to law school and struck it rich through the exercise of great acumen in the oil business.
    • As the population shrinks, there are more opportunities for older people to prove their business acumen.
    • His business acumen has seen the centre firmly established as a benchmark for the industry.