CUTE

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Cute

• (a.) Clever; sharp; shrewd; ingenious; cunning.
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cute

precious adjective obviously contrived to charm; `an insufferably precious performance`; `a child with intolerably cute mannerisms`
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Cute

Cute (kūt) adjective [ An abbrev. of acute .] Clever; sharp; shrewd; ingenious; cunning. [ Colloq.]
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cute

clever; has nothing to do with looks.
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CUTE

Common User Terminal Equipment
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CuTe

Copper(II) Telluride Molar mass: 191.146
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cute

cute Clever; sharp; shrewd; pretty or attractive. Cute was originally a shortened form of acute in the sense of being 'keenly perceptive or discerning, shrewd'. It is considered likely that cute came to be used as a term of praise, or approval, for things that demonstrated 'acuteness', and so it went on to develop its own sense of being 'attracti...
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Cute

Cute is American slang for clever, smart, quaint, attractive.
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cute

[adj] - obviously contrived to charm
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