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pre·co·cious

 (prĭ-kō′shəs)
adj.
1. Manifesting or characterized by development, aptitude, or interests considered advanced for a given age: a mathematically precocious child; a child with a precocious wit.
2. Botany Blossoming before the appearance of leaves.

[From Latin praecox, praecoc-, premature, from praecoquere, to boil before, ripen early : prae-, pre- + coquere, to cook, ripen; see pekw- in Indo-European roots.]

pre·co′cious·ly adv.
pre·coc′ity (-kŏs′ĭ-tē), pre·co′cious·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.precociously - in a precocious manner; "her child behaves precociously"
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precociously

[prɪˈkəʊʃəslɪ] ADVde modo precoz, con precocidad

precociously

[prɪˈkəʊʃəsli] adv [gifted] → précocement
precociously talented → au talent précoce

precociously

advfrühreif; talkaltklug; a precociously articulate childein erstaunlich beredsames or wortgewandtes Kind, ein Kind von altkluger Beredsamkeit; precociously talentedfrüh begabt; precociously dressedauf alt angezogen (inf)

precociously

[prɪˈkəʊʃəslɪ] advprecocemente
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He stands precociously possessed of centuries of owlish wisdom.
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