Is 'pintar' meaning 'smart' as in 'clever, intelligent' or as in 'imacculate, well dressed'? My answer of 'They are not clever' was marked as wrong.
'They are not clever' was marked as wrong.
Thank you, it's fixed now, it should be marked correct from now on.
So 'pintar' = 'smart' as in intelligent and not when somebody is smartly dressed. Thanks.
smart/clever/intelligent ==> "pintar".
smart/good looking ==> "tampan".