Definition of wise to
: not fooled by (someone or something) : aware of (something, especially something dishonest) I'm wise to you. I know what you're doing. When she got wise to his scheme, she left.
Word by Word Definitions
: manner, way
: characterized by wisdom : marked by deep understanding, keen discernment, and a capacity for sound judgment
: exercising or showing sound judgment : prudent
: evidencing or hinting at the possession of inside information : knowing
: to give instruction or information to : teach
: to become informed or knowledgeable : learn
: direct, guide
: advise, persuade
: to divert or impel in a given direction : send
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