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adjective uk   /ˈed.jʊ.keɪ.tɪd/  us   /-t̬ɪd/
B2 having learned a lot at school or university and having a good level of knowledge: She was probably the most highly educated prime minister of this century.
Translations of “educated”
in Korean 교양있는…
in Arabic مُتعلّم, مُثقّف…
in Portuguese culto, instruído…
in Catalan culte…
in Japanese 教養のある…
in Italian istruito, educato…
in Chinese (Traditional) 受過教育的, 有知識的…
in Russian образованный…
in Turkish eğitimli, tahsilli…
in Chinese (Simplified) 受过教育的, 有知识的…
in Polish wykształcony…
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