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tal·ent

 (tăl′ənt)
n.
1.
a. A marked innate ability, as for artistic accomplishment: has a rare talent for music.
b. Natural endowment or ability of a superior quality: The play has a cast of immense talent.
c. A person or group of people having such ability: The company makes good use of its talent.
2. A variable unit of weight and money used in ancient Greece, Rome, and the Middle East.

[Middle English, inclination, disposition, from Old French, from Medieval Latin, from Latin, balance, sum of money, from Greek talanton; see telə- in Indo-European roots. Sense 3, Middle English, from Old English talente, from Latin talenta, pl. of talentum, from Greek talanton.]

tal′ent·ed adj.
tal′ent·less adj.
tal′ent·less·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.talented - endowed with talent or talents; "a gifted writer"
talentless, untalented - devoid of talent; not gifted

talented

adjective gifted, able, expert, master, masterly, brilliant, ace (informal), artistic, consummate, first-rate, top-notch (informal), adroit He is a talented pianist.

talented

adjective
Having talent:
Translations
مَوْهوبمَوْهُوب
nadanýtalentovaný
talentfuldbegavet
lahjakasetevä
talentiran
hæfileikaríkur
才能のある
재능이 있는
nadarjen
begåvadtalangfull
ซึ่งมีความสามารถพิเศษ
yeteneklikabiliyetli
có khiếu

talented

[ˈtæləntɪd] ADJtalentoso, de talento

talented

[ˈtæləntɪd] adjdoué(e), de talent
a talented musician → un musicien de talent
She's a talented pianist → C'est une pianiste de talent.
She is extremely talented → Elle est extrêmement douée.

talented

adj personbegabt, talentiert

talented

[ˈtæləntɪd] adjdi talento

talent

(ˈtӕlənt) noun
a special ability or cleverness; a skill. a talent for drawing.
ˈtalented adjective
(negative untalented) naturally clever or skilful; having or showing great ability. a talented pianist.

talented

مَوْهُوب talentovaný talentfuld begabt ταλαντούχος con talento, talentoso lahjakas talentueux talentiran di talento 才能のある 재능이 있는 getalenteerd begavet utalentowany talentoso талантливый talangfull ซึ่งมีความสามารถพิเศษ yetenekli có khiếu 有才能的
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But I was going to say that while I was dawdling about abroad, I saw a good many talented young fellows making all sorts of sacrifices, and enduring real hardships, that they might realize their dreams.
She had been married to a bright and talented young mulatto man, who was a slave on a neighboring estate, and bore the name of George Harris.
Rochester is so talented and so lively in society, that I believe he is a general favourite: the ladies are very fond of him; though you would not think his appearance calculated to recommend him particularly in their eyes: but I suppose his acquirements and abilities, perhaps his wealth and good blood, make amends for any little fault of look.
The trifling responsibility of finding a name for our talented Magdalen to perform under has been cast on my shoulders.
The beauty, fashion, and exclusiveness of Port Middlebay, flocked to do honour to one so deservedly esteemed, so highly talented, and so widely popular.
The true nobility laughed at him, the talented repelled him, and the honorable instinctively despised him.
Yet he is a talented, an original-minded man, and even he does not like you; your self-respect defies you to like him; he has always seen you to disadvantage; he always will see you to disadvantage; your positions are unequal, and were they on the same level your minds could not; assimilate; never hope, then, to gather the honey of friendship out of that thorn-guarded plant.
I scorn personalities, sir, I say nothing of myself; but there are three men on your Patent, of the kind that I should term talented by nature for her general purposes though acting under the influence of different situations.
It was Rackstraw who had secured the authentic pair of boots in which Bloomer had first played for England; but it was Dodson who possessed the painted india-rubber ball used by Meredith when a boy--probably the first thing except a nurse ever kicked by that talented foot.
I saw in the Sandwich Islands, once, a picture copied by a talented German artist from an engraving in one of the American illustrated papers.
Sir Gawain and the Green Knight' may very fittingly bring to a close our hasty survey of the entire Norman-French period, a period mainly of formation, which has left no literary work of great and permanent fame, but in which, after all, there were some sincere and talented writers, who have fallen into forgetfulness rather through the untoward accidents of time than from lack of genuine merit in themselves.
Miss Adelaide Laidlaw is a talented young woman, as good, we understand, as she is beautiful.