literate person

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Noun1.literate person - a person who can read and writeliterate person - a person who can read and write  
individual, mortal, person, somebody, someone, soul - a human being; "there was too much for one person to do"
alphabetiser, alphabetizer - a literate person who can arrange items in alphabetical order
reader - a person who can read; a literate person
writer - a person who is able to write and has written something
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30,000/- for a computer literate person engaged by Member of Parliament for obtaining secretarial assistance) to Rs.
A literate person in the European Middle Ages," he said,"consumed the same amount of content in their entire lives as we do reading a single edition of the Sunday New York Times.
Any literate person might visit Bannockburn and read Jamie's poem with its reference to Henderson's anthem, 'The Freedom Come-All-Ye', and think about its meaning.
The National Science Education Standards define scientifically literate person as follow;
A literate person chooses what to read intelligently and can distinguish the wheat from the chaff.
Education scholars see in the frameworks movement--particularly within higher education--striking similarities among what teachers, researchers, and academic librarians believe about the literate person in both the here and now and the future.
He said that Waseem Akhtar was also a literate person.
A truly literate person should be able to read newspapers and magazines and also understand what is written in them.
Here are twelve vital facts about Finnegans Wake that every literate person should have at their page-soiled fingertips.
If the Boole-Moriarty link can be established, then every literate person on the planet will know about George Boole too.
The photographic imagery was of particular interest to me as a visually literate person.
If readers are inspired by Williams' book to make a small contribution to making Christianity in Australia more visible, there is one simple thing that any literate person can do.