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erudite

adjective  /ˈer·jəˌdɑɪt/ fml us  
having or showing a lot of knowledge, esp. from reading and studying: She is a scholarly and erudite person.
Translations of “erudite”
in Chinese (Traditional) 博學的, 有學問的, 博大精深的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 博学的, 有学问的, 博大精深的…
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