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Translation of "intelligent" - English-Spanish dictionary

intelligent

adjective   /ɪnˈtel·ɪ·dʒənt/
B1 able to learn and understand things easily inteligente She is a highly intelligent young woman.
intelligently adverb /ɪnˈtel·ɪ·dʒənt·li/
de manera inteligente
(Definition of intelligent from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

intelligent

adjective /inˈtelidʒənt/
(opposite unintelligent)
clever and quick at understanding inteligente an intelligent child That dog is so intelligent.
showing these qualities inteligente an intelligent question.
intelligently adverb
inteligentemente She intelligently decided to wait until the rush hour was over before driving home.
intelligence noun
the quality of being intelligent inteligencia It requires a high degree of intelligence to do this job well.
news or information given información an intelligence-gathering operation.
a department of state or of the army etc which deals with secret information servicio de inteligencia He works in Intelligence.
(Definition of intelligent from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “intelligent”
in Korean 지적인…
in Arabic ذَكي…
in Malaysian cerdas, bijak…
in French intelligent…
in Russian умный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 有才智的, 聰穎的,理解力強的…
in Italian intelligente…
in Turkish zeki, akıllı, çabuk ve kolay kavrayabilen…
in Polish inteligentny…
in Vietnamese sáng dạ, thông minh…
in Portuguese inteligente…
in Thai ซึ่งมีไหวพริบ, ฉลาด…
in German intelligent…
in Catalan intel·ligent…
in Japanese 聡明な…
in Chinese (Simplified) 有才智的, 聪颖的,理解力强的…
in Indonesian cerdas…
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