Synonyms
Etymology

1. acumen

noun. ['əˈkjuːmən'] a tapering point.

Synonyms

  • enation

Etymology

  • acumen (Latin)
  • acuo (Latin)

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Rhymes with Acumen

  • superhuman
  • subhuman
  • nonhuman
  • inhuman
  • albumin
  • bitumen
  • vrooman
  • truman
  • humann
  • heumann
  • heuman
  • cumin
  • crewman
  • bumann
  • youman
  • tuman
  • tooman
  • thumann
  • thuman
  • suman
  • shuman
  • schumann
  • schuman
  • schuhmann
  • rumen
  • ruman
  • newmann
  • newman
  • neumann
  • neuman

How do you pronounce acumen?

Pronounce acumen as əˈkjumən.

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Sentences with acumen


1. Noun, plural
If you also have business acumen, consider launching a company in this niche.

Quotes about acumen


1. I believe we can accelerate our acumen, performance and success by leveraging our associations and spending time with people better than us.
- Robin S. Sharma

2. Cumin vs. Acumen Cumin is a powerful spice with a nutty peppery flavor;Acumen is more about having the good taste to knowhow and when to use it.
- Beryl Dov

2. acumen

noun. ['əˈkjuːmən'] shrewdness shown by keen insight.

Synonyms

  • perspicaciousness
  • shrewdness
  • astuteness
  • perspicacity

Etymology

  • acumen (Latin)
  • acuo (Latin)
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