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acumen

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishacumenac‧u‧men /ˈækjəmən, əˈkjuːmən/ noun [uncountable]  JUDGEthe ability to think quickly and make good judgmentsbusiness/political/financial etc acumen The firm’s success is largely due to Brannon’s commercial acumen.
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acumenHe was more remarked on for his love of cricket and helicopters than for his business acumen.The point is not my poor business acumen, but that lawyering is a relationship, not a commodity.Usually they pool their financial resources and their business acumen.I respect her business flair, her acumen.Mr Schwartz has received considerable praise in recent years for his acumen in building Loral through a series of strategic acquisitions.It has now been matched by his political acumen.Van Leer inherited some of his father's acumen but none of his money and certainly none of his love for money.business/political/financial etc acumenHe had settled in Ireland many years ago and through his shrewd business ability and financial acumen he had become very wealthy.Requests from group spokesmen illustrated varying degrees of preparation and political acumen.I've never possessed any business acumen.Beyond his financial acumen, Grigsby knows how to stroke business and political movers.It has now been matched by his political acumen.He was more remarked on for his love of cricket and helicopters than for his business acumen.Not that she wanted his love even now; she did not-just his advice, just his financial acumen.The point is not my poor business acumen, but that lawyering is a relationship, not a commodity.
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