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NOUN   a knack | knacks
SYNO bent | hang | knack
truco {m} [habilidad que se adquiere]knack
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Translation for 'knack' from English to Spanish

truco {m} [habilidad que se adquiere]
Usage Examples English
  • Gamraj has a knack of inviting troubles and landing himself into the soup.
  • As a legislator, Forehand has a knack for recognizing early on the technologies and trends that will affect her constituents and the State economy.
  • Jellicoe's best known play is "The Knack" first performed at the Royal Court in 1962.
  • Schwartzwalder had a knack for developing excellent running backs through their college careers, including Heisman Trophy winner Ernie Davis, Jim Brown, Floyd Little, Jim Nance, and Larry Csonka.
  • Hulbert had a knack for the Plantation Course at the Kapalua International, an event he won in 1991, and finished 2nd to Davis Love III in 1992.
  • "He had a knack for telling a good story, so when I came across his lectures on jihad, I was hooked" Khalid writes.
  • In 2015, HBO's science fiction drama "Westworld" added Collins as Lawrence / El Lazo, a charming but lethal outlaw, with a knack for maneuvering and negotiating the various criminal elements.
  • Humpty Dumpty has a knack of disassembling and reassembling different items.
  • In general, his contemporaries described him as the ruler of the wise and intelligent, who had a knack of military command and diplomacy.
  • He grew up on Park Lane Circle in Toronto, where he discovered himself, his love of animals, and his knack for outrageous endeavors.
  • Many politicians have the knack to remember thousands of names and faces. United States Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton were renowned for their memories.
  • Detective Avraham Avraham, a New York police detective and religious Jew, has a special knack for solving crimes.
  • He found that he had a knack for the training and coaching side of sport in general and Volleyball in particular.
  • Throughout this period of his career, Kallis was still valued for his bowling. He contributed valuable economical overs and had a knack for taking important wickets.
  • Zig’s knack for finding really cool cover versions of popular hits.
  • Bae has departed from the tradition of mainstream literature and created her own literary world based on a unique style and knack for psychological description.
  • From composer and big band leader James Last, he bought a late 50s Gibson EB bass guitar, with which he developed his legendary "Knack bass" sound that would become an integral feature in the Easy Listening orchestra of Bert Kaempfert.
  • Whenever his regiment was running low on food, McKiernan had a knack of somehow finding meat and provisions, hence the name "Joe Beef" [...].
  • A clever [...] with an uncanny knack for winning scrum possession, Mulholland had a brief stint for the Canterbury-Bankstown club in 1973.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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