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wunderkind

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈwʊndəkɪnd/ ( plural wunderkinds, or wunderkinder)
a person who is very successful at a young age: The 37-year-old retail wunderkind regularly receives job offers to head some of Britain's biggest companies. the wunderkind of Goldman Sachs
Translations of “wunderkind”
in Chinese (Traditional) 神童, 少年得志者…
in Chinese (Simplified) 神童, 少年得志者…
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