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gift·ed

 (gĭf′tĭd)
adj.
1. Endowed with great natural ability, intelligence, or talent: a gifted child; a gifted pianist.
2. Revealing special talent: a gifted rendition of the aria.
3. Received as a gift: gifted assets; a gifted bracelet.

gift′ed·ly adv.
gift′ed·ness n.

gifted

(ˈɡɪftɪd)
adj
having or showing natural talent or aptitude: a gifted musician; a gifted performance.
ˈgiftedly adv
ˈgiftedness n

gift•ed

(ˈgɪf tɪd)

adj.
1. having great special talent or ability: a gifted storyteller.
2. having exceptionally high intelligence: gifted children.
[1635–45]
gift′ed•ly, adv.
gift′ed•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.gifted - endowed with talent or talents; "a gifted writer"

gifted

adjective talented, able, skilled, expert, masterly, brilliant, capable, clever, accomplished, tasty (Brit. informal), proficient, adroit one of the most gifted pianists in the world
amateur, incapable, inept, unskilled, talentless

gifted

adjective
Having talent:
Translations
مَوهوبمَوْهُوب
nadaný
begavettalentfuld
lahjakas
nadaren
hæfileikaríkur
生まれつき才能のある
천부의 재능이 있는
nadarjen
begåvad
มีพรสวรรค์
có tài

gifted

[ˈgɪftɪd] ADJtalentoso, de talento
she is a very gifted writeres una escritora de mucho talento
the gifted childel niño superdotado

gifted

[ˈgɪftɪd] adjdoué(e)
Janice is a gifted dancer
BUT Janice est douée pour la danse.
gifted children → les enfants surdouésgift shop nboutique f de cadeauxgift token gift voucher nchèque-cadeau mgift wrap nemballage m cadeaugift-wrapped [ˈgɪftræpt] adj [present] → dans un emballage cadeau

gifted

adjbegabt (in für); he is very gifted in languages/musicer ist sehr sprachbegabt/musikalisch sehr begabt

gifted

[ˈgɪftɪd] adj gifted (at)dotato/a (per)

gift

(gift) noun
1. something given willingly, eg as a present. a birthday gift.
2. a natural ability. She has a gift for music.
verb
to give or present as a gift. This painting was gifted by our former chairman.
ˈgifted adjective
having very great natural ability. a gifted musician/child.
gift of the gab
the ability to talk fluently and persuasively.

gifted

مَوْهُوب nadaný talentfuld begabt χαρισματικός dotado lahjakas doué nadaren dotato 生まれつき才能のある 천부의 재능이 있는 getalenteerd begavet utalentowany talentoso одаренный begåvad มีพรสวรรค์ yetenekli có tài 有天才的

gifted

adj superdotado
References in classic literature ?
A GIFTED and Honourable Editor, who by practice of his profession had acquired wealth and distinction, applied to an Old Friend for the hand of his daughter in marriage.
"I knew what your answer would be," replied the Gifted and Honourable Editor.
"See!" the Gifted and Honourable Editor exclaimed, pointing to that injunction - "I am a painter and grainer!"
I am but little gifted in the fables of what you call the Old World, seeing that my time has been mainly passed looking natur' steadily in the face, and in reasoning on what I've seen, rather than on what I've heard in traditions.
Many men must have been needed to finish such an edifice; ay, and men gifted with strength and skill too!
While I was yet inconsolable for his loss, another friend of mine in Yorkshire discovered an older and more gifted raven at a village public-house, which he prevailed upon the landlord to part with for a consideration, and sent up to me.
My gifted relative has made her first appearance in public, and has laid the foundation of our future fortunes.
I happened to be at that moment engaged in putting the case pathetically to our gifted Magdalen.
A hunger ariseth out of my beauty: I should like to injure those I illumine; I should like to rob those I have gifted:--thus do I hunger for wickedness.
If gifted assets are owned jointly, a gift would be deemed made one-half by each spouse, if the spouses meet Sec.
Gifted individuals are capable of or demonstrate superior performance.
These issues illuminate the danger of placing too much emphasis on limited, high-stakes measures of "achievement." Such emphasis can serve to undermine quality schooling (Popham), leaving gifted and other students locked into a system that cares more about test scores than actual student learning.