talentless


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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.

talentless

(ˈtæləntləs)
adj
not having any talent or special gift or ability
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.talentless - devoid of talent; not gifted
Translations

talentless

[ˈtæləntləs] adjsans talent, dénué(e) de talenttalent scout ndécouvreur/euse m/f de talentstalent show nconcours m de jeunes talents
He began his musical career in talent shows → Il a commencé sa carrière musicale dans les concours de jeunes talents.
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What about the menagerie of vapid talentless talk-show hosts, half-witted self-obsessed soap-opera stars, yobbish celebrity chefs, pathetic so-called comedians, fraudulent astrologers, and assorted superannuated bores who should have been pensioned off years ago, who clog up the TV channels every day and night of the year ?
We have Pakistan, a nuclear power tottering into civil war, our troops being shot at in Afghanistan, terrorists on our streets, and drugs on every street corner, immigration out of control, young couples who can't be housed, an NHS crumbling, schools falling down, and a war raging in Iraq, so how does a tacky, tinsel, talentless song competition even get on to the radar of priorities in the House of Commons?