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Translation of "prodigy" - English-Spanish dictionary

prodigy

noun   /ˈprɒd.ɪ.dʒi/
someone with a very great ability that usually shows itself when that person is a young child prodigio The 16-year-old tennis prodigy is the youngest player ever to reach the Olympic finals. He read in the paper about a mathematical prodigy who was attending university at the age of twelve. →  See also child prodigy 1133621
(Definition of prodigy from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

prodigy

noun /ˈprodidʒi/ ( plural prodigies)
something strange and wonderful prodigio A very clever child is sometimes called a child prodigy prodigies of nature.
(Definition of prodigy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “prodigy”
in Vietnamese người/ vật phi thường…
in Malaysian berbakat luar biasa…
in Thai สิ่งมหัศจรรย์…
in French prodige…
in German das Wunder…
in Chinese (Simplified) 奇才,天才…
in Turkish dâhi, harika çocuk…
in Russian вундеркинд…
in Indonesian keanehan, keajaiban…
in Chinese (Traditional) 奇才,天才…
in Polish geniusz…
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