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street-smartadjective

  • ja都会で生きていくための知識、身を守る知恵
  • enfamiliar with the human condition as played out in an urban setting

Examples

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Yeah, you know, the trading floor, you need elbows so I fit right in.
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Some of the other guys, they went to college—
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I don't know, they're smart, but not street-smart.
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Gives me an edge.
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Street-smart? Me.
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- I'm the most street-smart. - Me!
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- Are you kidding me? No. - Are you joking? - Are you guys kidding?
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- They're funny. I'm the most street smart, for sure. - No, no. - No.
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I'm the most street-smart, okay?
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- I've been around the block a couple of times. - That's hilarious. I've been around 3 blocks, 4 times.
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Basco says Cassandra Cain is a street-smart take-no-guff girl who is eminently capable
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of manipulation of everyone around her, friend or foe.
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This is a particular turn given the fact that the plot summarizes her as needing rescue
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she may be in danger, but she's clearly still determined to look out for number one.
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- Here we go. Very serious.
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- They're all watching him. - (woman) Ah!
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- Oh! - Ah, you were doing good, man.
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- They kicked him out?!
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♪ (sorrowful music) ♪ - Ah!
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- I feel so bad for him. (laughs)
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- Okay, come on. - Aww, he's the odd man out.
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- Aww!
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- Ah, I don't wanna look! (laughs) - He knows what—
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but he's small enough. Ay! - See, he's just not book smart.
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He's street smart. - (slow clapping)
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Who is the smarter sibling?
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We talking book-smart or street-smart?
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I think I got the edge on street-smart.
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You definitely are more book-smart,
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but it's just 'cause all the teachers didn't like me.
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Teachers not liking you doesn't automatically mean you're street-smart.
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I can give you book-smart and I'll just be street-smart.
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- No, you're ⁠— - Just go with it.