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ed·u·cat·ed

 (ĕj′ə-kā′tĭd)
adj.
1. Having an education, especially one above the average.
2.
a. Showing evidence of schooling, training, or experience.
b. Having or exhibiting cultivation; cultured: an educated manner.
3. Based on a certain amount of experience or factual knowledge: an educated guess.

educated

(ˈɛdjʊˌkeɪtɪd)
adj
1. having an education, esp a good one
2. displaying culture, taste, and knowledge; cultivated
3. (prenominal) based on experience or information (esp in the phrase an educated guess)

ed•u•cat•ed

(ˈɛdʒ ʊˌkeɪ tɪd)

adj.
1. having undergone education.
2. displaying qualities of culture and learning.
3. based on some information or experience: an educated guess.
[1660–70]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.educated - possessing an education (especially having more than average knowledge)
civilised, civilized - having a high state of culture and development both social and technological; "terrorist acts that shocked the civilized world"
numerate - able to understand and use numbers
enlightened - having knowledge and spiritual insight
informed - having much knowledge or education; "an informed public"; "informed opinion"; "the informed customer"
intellectual - appealing to or using the intellect; "satire is an intellectual weapon"; "intellectual workers engaged in creative literary or artistic or scientific labor"; "has tremendous intellectual sympathy for oppressed people"; "coldly intellectual"; "sort of the intellectual type"; "intellectual literature"
literate - able to read and write
uneducated - not having a good education
2.educated - characterized by full comprehension of the problem involved; "an educated guess"; "an enlightened electorate"
informed - having much knowledge or education; "an informed public"; "informed opinion"; "the informed customer"

educated

educated

adjective
1. Having an education:
2. Characterized by discriminating taste and broad knowledge as a result of development or education:
3. Provided with information; made aware:
Translations
vzdělaný
uddannet
koulutettu
školovan
教育のある
교육받은
izobražen
utbildad
ซึ่งได้รับการศึกษา
có học thức

educated

[ˈedjʊkeɪtɪd] ADJ [person, voice] → culto
an educated guessuna suposición bien fundamentada

educated

[ˈɛdʒʊkeɪtɪd] adj
(= cultured) → cultivé(e)
(= well-educated) → instruit(e)educated guess nsupposition f éclairée
to make an educated guess → faire une supposition éclairée

educated

adjgebildet; to make an educated guesseine fundierte or wohlbegründete Vermutung anstellen; an educated mindein gebildeter Geist

educated

[ˈɛdjʊˌkeɪtɪd] adj (person) → istruito/a, colto/a

educated

مُتَعَلِّم vzdělaný uddannet gebildet μορφωμένος culto koulutettu éduqué školovan colto 教育のある 교육받은 geschoold utdannet wykształcony culto образованный utbildad ซึ่งได้รับการศึกษา eğitimli có học thức 受过教育的
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He answered the various questions which it was Philip's duty to ask him in a pleasant, educated voice.
When I'm ill I get myself patched up in a hospital and I have no false shame, and I send my children to be educated at the board-school.
Thus his nails and modesty were comparable to those of most gentlemen; though his ambition had been educated only by the opportunities of a clerk and accountant in the smaller commercial houses of a seaport.
Raffles on most occasions kept up the sense of having been educated at an academy, and being able, if he chose, to pass well everywhere; indeed, there was not one of his fellow-men whom he did not feel himself in a position to ridicule and torment, confident of the entertainment which he thus gave to all the rest of the company.
Thoroughly Educated upon my cards; for my greatest pride lies in the fact that the world cannot produce another Woggle-Bug with a tenth part of my own culture and erudition.
It is the educated, the intelligent, the wealthy, the refined, who ought to have equal rights and not the canaille.
Then the good and wise judge whom we are seeking is not this man, but the other; for vice cannot know virtue too, but a virtuous nature, educated by time, will acquire a knowledge both of virtue and vice: the virtuous, and not the vicious, man has wisdom--in my opinion.
Well then, since you were brought into the world and nurtured and educated by us, can you deny in the first place that you are our child and slave, as your fathers were before you?
The young man had not yet entered either the military or civil service, as he had only just returned from abroad where he had been educated, and this was his first appearance in society.
You speak my dialect like a native, but you are not a Mexican Plug, you are a gentleman, I can see that; and educated, of course.
Still, as young Marmaduke was educated in a colony and society where even the ordinary intercourse between friends was tinctured with the aspect of this mild religion, his habits and language were some what marked by its peculiarities.
Luckily he had no responsibilities; his father and his twin brother had died when he was yet a boy, and his mother, whose only noteworthy achievement had been the naming of her twin sons Marquis de Lafayette and Lorenzo de Medici Randall, had supported herself and educated her child by making coats up to the very day of her death.