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intellect

noun /ˈintilekt/
the thinking power of the mind
intelecto
He was a person of great intellect.
intellectual /-ˈlektʃuəl/ adjective of, or appealing to, the intellect
intelectual
He does not do any sports – his interests are mainly intellectual.
Translations of “intellect”
in Korean 지적 능력…
in Arabic ذَكاء, فِطنة…
in French intelligence…
in Italian intelletto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 智力, 理解力, 才智…
in Russian ум…
in Turkish akıl, idrak, anlayış…
in Polish intelekt…
in Portuguese intelecto…
in German der Verstand…
in Catalan intel·lecte…
in Japanese 知性…
in Chinese (Simplified) 智力, 理解力, 才智…
(Definition of intellect from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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